Active supervision challenge: Time management
To be an effective supervisor, you will need to become an expert at managing your time
Hello everyone, Coach Paul here. We are getting closer to the end of our active supervision challenge.
As you recall, 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 eight skills that I have discussed thus far are performance management, critical thinking, communication, courage, training, problem-solving, innovation and inspiration.
This month we will be looking at the active supervision skill of time management. In this article, I will define time management, discuss the four elements of time management and explain the importance of time management. I will conclude with tips and techniques for supervisors working in special circumstances.