Good time management can be considered as the ability to plan and control how you spend the hours available to you to effectively accomplish your goals. Necessary skills involved in managing your time include planning for the future, setting goals, prioritizing tasks, monitoring where your time actually goes, self-control and overcoming procrastination.
In essence it involves identifying what activities you should be doing, when you should do them, and how to do them efficiently, in order to gain maximum benefit.
Because it helps your life to run more smoothly. Time management benefits you in several ways.
It requires self-discipline, but the benefits of time management far outweigh the work required. They include:
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Noel Molloy’s qualifications include a BSc in Applied Physics/Electronics, Specialised Diplomas in Medical Device Design and in Lean and Six Sigma Quality Science, Post Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, and a Masters in Business Administration backed up with 28 years supervisory and engineering experience with multinational technology companies (APC and Nortel).
He was awarded Nortel’s Claddagh Award for Services to the Community in Education for his work with the scouts which included a term as Assistant Regional Commissioner for Training in the Galway region. He developed and conducted induction and employee training modules in Nortel and APC. He is a founder member of the voluntary training and development group W3 Projects. He is a FETEC qualified trainer (to level 6 with distinction).
He has written a series of Exam Guides for Junior Certificate and Leaving Certitificate subjects and a number of booklets on complementary topics of specific interest to students.
He taught the Association of Business Executives’ “Quantitative Methods” course (UK Qualifications and Credit Framework) facilitated by The Learning Institute based in Bohermore, Galway.
Noel now specialises as a private tutor providing tuition in maths, applied maths and physics to students up to honours Leaving Cert level, and to mature students returning to education after an extended period out of formal education.
Enquiries from secondary schools for talks or workshops are welcome.