This topic examines the ways in which managers can ensure that they are working effectively. It emphasises the need to be clear about objectives and priorities and covers methods of organising work. It also addresses the need to improve the organisational context in which work is carried out.
There are no legal duties related to setting management priorities. However, good practice would suggest that employers:
ensure that managers have or receive sufficient training in setting management priorities
ensure that managers have or receive sufficient training in time management skills
ensure that managers know the importance of appropriate delegation
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