LASG charges workers on time management
The governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, who spoke at a two-training for top civil servants held in Lagos said improper time management often resulted in missed deadlines and poor productivity.
Ambode, who was represented by the Commissioner for Establishments, Training and Pensions, Dr Benson Oke, said not being able to complete one’s tasks on time was one of the most glaring signs of poor time management.
“Although it’s not uncommon for people to occasionally miss deadlines (after all, emergencies and mistakes do happen), if you find that it becomes a regular occurrence, your time management skills definitely need improvement.
Sometimes you may not even realise you’re whiling away your time rather than doing the work you’re supposed to do,” he said.
The governor added that poor time management would also lead to difficulty in concentrating, stressing that when civil servants were swamped with work and had very little time left to do it, they were bound to become distracted.
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