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Setting Priorities Setting priorities and managing time effectively is basic to managing individual and organizational performance The pressure to find innovative ways to achieve goals pay attention to the competition respond quickly to customer needs and enjoy life outside of work is even more intense in todays less-structured information-driven workplace Meeting the daily challenge of managing professional and personal responsibilities requires a learning strategy designed to meet individual needs One problem being promoted as an office manager is that she wasnt promoted by how well she did her own work but by her popularity of the company A previous manager thought she could help out the company to improve morale but it really wasnt as good as it should have been The manager that was just promoted had no time to think if she really wanted to become a manager or not If she really wanted to become manager she would have gone to her boss to let her know she was interested in getting a higher up job than she had already That way her boss could watch her more closely than the others to see if she had good enough skills and priorities to become an office manager She should have been given time to think about what areas of work and skills an office manager needs to practice before actually jumping right in to a job you have no idea what you are getting into You need to know about the job that you are taking before getting it so you dont have to waste time learning everything that you could have before being promoted
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