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Time Management to the Rescue

36 ways to manage your workload through calendar management and productivity tools.

Businesses are "asking" employees at all levels to take on new tasks to boost productivity – in other words, work harder. That means you may find yourself performing new tasks and filling new roles. You're expected to do more than ever before, even if it takes longer.

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This Special Report is really two reports in one. Part I: Work Smarter, Not Longer Hours offers tips on 18 topics, from overcoming inertia to learning how to say "no." Part II: Use Technology to Speed Tasks gives you productivity boosters in 18 more areas: keyboard shortcuts, apps for streamlining your day, ways to tune your inbox and much more.

From delegating to deadlines … keyboard shortcuts to social media … calendars to checklists, you'll discover how to work smarter instead of harder.

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  • 4 ways to beat procrastination
  • Managing interruptions: a key time-saver
  • Delegating: a "must" on your to-do list
  • How 10-minute breaks can boost your productivity
  • Social media that actually save you time
  • 4 online services that track productivity
  • 10 keyboard shortcuts
  • 5 simple ways to tune your inbox
  • How to get organized like Bill Gates
  • 2 online programs to help you become a speed reader
  • How to use technology like the experts
  • And much more!

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