TASK MANAGEMENT- AN ACQUIRED SKILL
A brimming river needs to be continuously fed by other small rivulets and brooks to fill its capacity so that it may in turn enrich the lives of the umpteen scores of people residing near its banks. Similarly, the teaching fraternity also needs to incessantly supplement its store of knowledge and experience through workshops which will fortify their strength and capacity. Mr Lucky Puchrat, a Personal Management Expert conducted a workshop for the teachers on Task Management on 13 August, 2016.
The workshop aimed at improving the performance of the teachers and sustaining the level of attention of the students by amplifying the need to understand what is expected from one. Mr. Puchrat made his point of managing time emphatically by enforcing the idea of managing the task at hand, well. If clarity, simplicity and acceptance become your hallmark, then time can be enslaved instead of the individual becoming a slave to time. To accomplish this it’s imperative to ‘do productive vs. be productive’, to know one’s KRA’s (Key Responsibility Areas) well, to ‘Eat that Frog First’, as Brian Tracy puts it, and build a systematic approach to work instead of the heuristic approach. Along with this it’s essential to ‘unlearn’ and ‘relearn’ information.
It was an enriching experience for the educators to interact with Mr Puchrat.