In our final newsletter of 2016 we featured a time management tool and a series of mental health at work videos:
“What is important is seldom urgent and what is urgent is seldom important“.
This quote is attributable to the US President, Dwight D. Eisenhower. Having to make tough decisions each day on what he should focus on led him to invent a time management tool to help prioritise tasks by urgency and importance. The title link includes a 2-minute video introducing the matrix, a short written explanation of how you can use it, along with 5 time management tips to try when working with the matrix.
Mental Health at Work
The Mental Health Foundation has worked with one of Britain’s biggest employers to produce a series of 5 informative videos on mental health at work. Each video lasts around 5 minutes and the topics covered are Recognising Distress, Helping Yourself, Mental Health and Physical Health, Supporting Someone and First Class Mental Health.
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