Three simple tips on how to make your time management more efficient, guaranteed.
Who hasn't experienced this - tasks upon tasks, overlapping priorities and a workday that always has too few hours! In the stress of everyday life, it is often difficult to take enough time for an extensive search for new talent.
We have simple, but enormously effective tips for you on how to organize your tasks more efficiently using simple methods. What's more, the onlyfy TalentManager helps you save valuable time with a number of practical functions.
Your advantages at a glance
- Clearly defined priorities
- More time for recruiting
- Reduced stress factor
Small changes with a big impact - it's best to try them out!
Tip 1: Simple, but surprisingly efficient: Blocking off time
Active recruiting is not something you can just do in between or occasionally. The search for new talent is far too important. That's why you should block out regular times in the week for this task in your calendar, so that you can devote yourself fully to recruiting, are not distracted, and - as quickly becomes apparent - achieve more in less time. Adjust the slots to your personal work rhythm. For example, 30 minutes is usually enough to create a project in the TalentManager and identify the first candidates.
Tip 2: Eat the Frog: Make room in your head for other tasks
Always put the most urgent and complex tasks at the top of your to-do list. Instead of putting off unpleasant topics in order to deal with them intensively later, consciously dedicate yourself to the most important or even less popular topics right at the beginning of the day. In this way, you are guaranteed not to run out of time.
Tip 3: Eisenhower matrix: important or urgent?
Classify your tasks according to these four categories: "important/not important" as well as "urgent/not urgent". At the top of your daily schedule, logically, must be tasks with the label "important + urgent". Tasks from the "important + not urgent" category can be ranked later instead. This way, you will never lose track of your priorities.