Contributed by Julianna Bevan
An employee’s time management skills have a direct impact on business outcomes and so managers should put more emphasis on helping them improve at it. For some, time management is a skill learned early in life, which they can draw on at work to be productive. For others to manage their time effectively, they need external encouragement, maybe some training, a conducive environment, and the use of organizational tools. Good leadership can be the instrument of productivity for employees that lack motivation from within. With help, these employees can learn to manage their time more efficiently and excel at work.