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Productivity and Time Management

Knowledge Building:

Productivity, at the employee level, is the value or quality of the work performed given the time, energy, and overall effort invested.

Productivity is a cornerstone of effective leadership. Today, let’s delve into three essential strategies for leaders to enhance productivity and time management:

Strategy 1: Hyper-Intentional Task Management

It’s not just about completing more tasks—it’s about being hyper-intentional with our tasks and execution. Understand your job responsibilities, support systems, and available resources to maximize efficiency and productivity.

Strategy 2: Prioritize Purposeful Tasks

Identify tasks aligned with your goals and objectives, prioritizing those that contribute to long-term success. This helps you avoid getting overwhelmed by urgent but less important tasks, maintaining focus on what truly matters.

Strategy 3: Set Boundaries and Delegate

Establish boundaries by saying no to commitments of lesser priority, freeing up time for essential tasks. Utilize techniques like time boxing to allocate dedicated time for specific activities. Delegate tasks to team members or seek support when needed to optimize productivity and achieve better time management.

By being hyper-intentional with task management, prioritizing purposeful tasks, and setting boundaries, leaders can enhance productivity and time management, ultimately achieving greater success in their roles.


Open your personal or professional calendar and identify the following:


Self-Assessment 1:(Required)
Rate the current status of your productivity 1-5 (5 highest).
Self-Assessment 2:(Required)
Rate your ability to effectively manage your time 1-5 (5 highest).


Engage in Timeboxing. Allocate specific blocks of time on your calendar for different activities. This includes dedicated time for focused work, meetings, breaks, and personal activities. Reflect on: