The job interview went well. During the interview, you learned that this job puts an emphasis on time management. Your interviewer has contacted you via e-mail and has asked you to e-mail her back.
In a professional e-mail, respond to the following:
â?¢How do you manage your time?
â?¢When faced with a deadline, what do you do, or how do you plan?
â?¢Give an example of a time when you met a goal ahead of schedule.
â?¢Give an example of a time when you were going to miss a deadline; what specifically did you do to make your deadline? Did it work?
How do you manage your time?
a. I manage my time by ensuring that my task is clearly defined, and if it is not, ask questions to avoid any future complications.
b. I create an atmosphere that will hopefully allow me to avoid any distractions.
c. I create a detailed list of work that should be done.
When faced with a deadline, what do you do, or how do you plan?
a. When faced with a deadline, I determine the time schedule required.
b. Second, I determine the need for assistance from other team members
c. Third, I make a schedule of deadlines and proceed to complete ...
Understand time, stress, and personal financial management is examined.
Managing and coping with stress
1.) Imagine you are a consultant for an organization. Assuming that levels of stress are high in the company, what problems would you expect to see in individuals, both physiologically, and with respect to their job performance? Additionally, what steps can the company take to reduce the levels of stress encountered on the job? (300 Words)
2.) Write a summary of elements about the topic "Coping With and Managing Stress". Look for examples of the elements in actual practice, as well as support and rationale. (700 Words)
Summary should include three major categories:
• Summary of the elements with examples
• A brief discussion of the elements most prevalent in research.