Tools and consultancy to help people listen to each other and work together better
Home Contact me Ezine sign up Biography Search Business

There is a simple way to be happier. Take turns sharing stories about times when you were happy and when you made someone else happy. Here are more Eye-Opening Conversation starters.
Browse Site
Index
Links & Resources
New Stuff
Free half hour
Testimonials
Appreciative Inquiry
Coconsulting
Core Process
Discover your Purpose
Exercises
Case examples
Games
Effective Meetings
For Consultants and Trainers
For Individuals
For Managers
Free E-book on Developing People
Ezines
Interfaith work
Building Peace
Installing Love
Love is on the way
Loving Politicians
Releasing Creativity
 
Previous Page Printable Version
 
Time Diary
 

Keeping a Time Diary

Why?

No one can manage time. We all manage the way we use time. The "Time Diary" helps people become more aware of how they use time. Then we can decide to change the way we use time if we wish. This may lead to more effectiveness, less stress and more job satisfaction too!

How?

The format below has worked well in the past. You need not go into minute detail. This will take too long. You will get lots of benefits by considering chunks of work and the time they take. I give an example below. I recommend you keep up the diary for a week to get the most out of it.

Afterwards, you can judge if you are using time in the right way for you.

 Time

What I did

Why I did it

Benefits to me and the organisation

1230

Wrote time diary note

To help Terry with time issues

Enhancing my value to the company

Developing a useful tool

Helping Terry immediately

1310

Lunch

 Hungry and needed a rest

 Able to work better afterwards

 

etc

 

etc etc etc

 

Sharing

Please use any of the buttons below to share this article more widely.

 


I would love to know what you think of these ideas:

Your email address (if you would like a response):

Your Comments:

Select "I Confirm" this is an anti-spam measure:

 

Contact me

Phone +44 (0)1707886553, or +44(0)7879861525 email nickheap43@gmail.com or Skype nickheap

Using these materials
I am entirely happy for you to use or draw on any these materials in any way you think will be helpful. I am keen to have my work, and the work of the people I have learned from, used.  

Language

The language on this site is correct UK English throughout. There are differences in spelling and meaning between UK and US English. The context should make the material understandable in the US.

Further Information

There are free articles, exercises, designs, book references and links to other sources about many aspects of personal, team, management and organisation development on this website. I will add other resources as I learn what you want.

View Nick Heap's profile on LinkedIn
 
Previous Page Back to Top Home Printable Version
 
home, site map, privacy policy, site design by carrot.co.uk ltd, © Nick Heap 2004