A Network Connecting School Leaders From Around The Globe
How would you rate your own time management skills?
|It is hard to manage and prioritize all that is at the building level on a daily basis. However, managing time and people takes finesse and commitment and, in my opinion, years of practice.||Anonymous|
|As a former Assistant Principal and now Science Instructor, Time Management is imperative for success. I have raised a family, and now grandchildren in addition to my school classroom families. I am involved in curriculum writing and development. I am a presenter at area science conferences and am currently working on the new NGSS standards based curriculum.||Anonymous|
|They have become better as I have gotten older, partly due to understanding the different priorities of tasks, partly by learning tools to do so and partly by reducing stress so I can focus on the work.||Anonymous|
|Overwhelmed with paperwork and deadlines too often.||Anonymous|
|I had to change my approach when I became a principal. Before then I was a "concrete sequential list maker". I still make lists, but I've become better and prioritizing the
in-box and being flexible and available for anything and everything than can (and does :) ) come up.
|Keeping conversations to a time limit and conducting all of the necessary consultations has proven challenging.||Anonymous|
|None at this time.||Anonymous|
|I'm good at multi-tasking, but sometimes am last-minute.||Anonymous|
|So much to do and so little help or time to do it||Anonymous|
|You can always be better and with the changes in expectations you never know what is coming next.||Anonymous|