By managing your time wisely, you can improve work performance, minimize stress and boost quality of life.
Why employers want it: Smart time management helps achieve maximum productivity, avoid last-minute deadlines and lets you to plan for the unexpected.
“People are delusional as to how much time they have in a day,” said Janet Kloser, learning and development manager of The Management Association (MRA) in Waukesha.
How to gain it: Evaluate current habits — identify behaviors, time-wasters and other distractions that could be preventing optimal productivity. Time management apps are also available to help keep your schedule on track.