Dealing With The Interruptions
You need to evaluate what the interruption represents as the demand on the time and how to deal with the non-urgent interruptions in the polite but an effective way.
Knowing When to Delegate
You should overcome a reluctance to the delegate, and also decide which tasks are most suitable for the delegation.
Consider the practical aspects of delegating work, the importance of providing the ongoing support and the feedback, and a need to evaluate a outcome and apply the lessons learned when delegating the work in future.
Managing The Incoming Calls
Learn to screen the incoming calls when you do not want to be disturbed, and a various tactics for keeping the incoming telephone calls as short as possible.
Managing The Outbound Calls
Use outgoing call log to help the plan and structure the calls, and maintain efficient time management approach for making the outgoing calls.
Organizing The Workspace
Learn to deal with the incoming paperwork in the efficient way, and identify the manual and the electronic filing systems which meet the needs of a way you do work.
Consider the various time saving techniques which you can use to improve the efficiency with regard to the written communications. This includes: speed-reading, the business letters and the email.