Active supervision challenge: Scheduling
When you use the active supervision skill of scheduling, you take all the decisions you made regarding time management and add it to your calendaring system
Hello everyone, Coach Paul here. We are nearing the end of our active supervision challenge.
Way back in January I introduced the active supervision challenge on Police1. In this series, I describe the 10 skills of active supervision, which I define as the continual and consistent enforcement of the rules of your organization.
The nine skills that I have discussed thus far are performance management, critical thinking, communication, courage, training, problem-solving, innovation, inspiration and time management.
This month we will be looking at the active supervision skill of scheduling. Scheduling is time management in action. In this article, I will discuss the importance of scheduling, describe a few calendaring systems for you to consider and outline the four steps you need to take to become a scheduling master. As usual, I will conclude with tips and techniques for supervisors working in special circumstances.