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SELF-AUDIT: ANALIZE YOUR TIME FOR LEADERS
If you want to increase your workday productivity you must be aware of wasted time and that requires awareness. Here is a useful way of improving your productivity: Divide a worksheet into four quadrants, and use it categorize your activities for the past week. Create headings for each quadrant as follows:
1. What did I do to advance toward key goals? Examples: devising strategies, leading brainstorming meetings, researching a vital legal issue.
2. What I did that only I can do to add great value? Examples: writing, code, wooing a star candidate to join your organization, conferring with investors.
3. What I did that others can do that doesn’t add great value? Examples: micro managing your subordinates, reading every email your or answering all the calls you receive.
4. What I did that added no value. Examples: attend an unnecessary meeting, reorganizing old files.
After sorting each of your tasks in the appropriate quadrant, assess the results. Ideally most of your work focuses on the top two categories so that you’re progressing toward important milestones and added value.
Adopted from Short Cut Your Start Up – Courtney and Cater Reum