A skilled communicator; able to maintain cultural sensitivity, establish rapport with members of diverse groups, and promote team cohesiveness.
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Jonesboro, GA – April 26, 2015
1. Review my to-do list from yesterday
2. Re-prioritize my list for today
The list has
• Must do today
• Should do today
• I hope I have time for this
3. Sort through my e-mail
• Delete worthless messages
• Answer emails
• Sort out those that require more time or extra work to answer
– move them to my to-do list.
Since this is my most productive time of day I try to tackle my most demanding project.
This is when I would write important letters, work on a report for the school board, update
or refine a data sheet.
Great time for meetings. This is a nice to take a break from desk work and it has a
definite end time (lunch)
Lunch (Away from my desk, because I need to refresh and rejuvenate)
Return phone calls, respond to emails, work on to-do list
Do data entry, send or pay bills, prepare mailings, things that are more routine and
don’t require as much energy. This is a good time to get routine jobs complete.
Burst of final effort to complete my to-do list. Sort out things that can be moved
to tomorrow’s list. This time of day is my best ‘sorting’ time – complete short,
easy projects, request information from others for my projects, clean off my desk, etc.
The ability to have an impact in so many areas, Openness to new ideas, Adaptation to situations.
The job can run into your personal time and it is hard to get a salary that will compensate that