Work Smarter, Not Harder
Time Management for Personal & Professional Productivity

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You will be able to gain and apply your knowledge and understanding of personal and professional awareness, organization and commitment, and use the tools, methods and techniques that you have learned in goal setting, prioritization, scheduling, and delegation to overcome time management challenges ...

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Taught by
Margaret Meloni, MBA, PMP
Instructor, University of California, Irvine Division of Continuing Education
and 14 more instructors

Offered by
University of California, Irvine

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0 posts • 7 mentions • top 2 shown below

r/IWantToLearn • comment
13 points • SomalianCoward

Good specialization: [https://www.coursera.org/specializations/career-success]

Good courses within the specialization:

  1. Work Smarter, Not Harder: Time Management [https://www.coursera.org/learn/work-smarter-not-harder]

  2. Effective Problem-Solving and Decision-Making [https://www.coursera.org/learn/problem-solving]

r/AskNYC • comment
2 points • crakotta

One tip I heard was instead of saving your time, you should spend your time. Maybe it was in a TED talk. There is a class on coursera for time management: https://www.coursera.org/learn/work-smarter-not-harder

I've also heard to spend a little time each day on each thing you have to do, not just your priorities. If you postpone everything until after your priorities are finished, maybe you'll never finish anything (that was my problem because my priorities are perpetual time suckers). When I was in college, working part time, taking care of household for aging mother, and dating, I scheduled my time without mercy. People like to hear the word 'priority' but that is all talk - IRL, everything has got to get taken care of both big and small.

Where does your current time management not work for you? Are you forgetful, or do you take too long or estimate poorly, or procrastinate?