Save Time when Dealing with Others by Zach Davis

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About the Lecture

The lecture Save Time when Dealing with Others by Zach Davis is from the course Time Management (EN). It contains the following chapters:

  • Introduction and Pre-Information
  • Challenge: Yes/No
  • Committing
  • Recipients of Commitments
  • Reduce the Amount of Time
  • Negative Example

Included Quiz Questions

  1. You communicate how much time you have up front.
  2. You communicate your expected outcome up front.
  3. You ask other people about their expected outcome up front.
  4. You distribute the agenda up front.
  5. You communicate the individual roles up front.
  1. The word "no"
  2. The word "later"
  3. The word "intern"
  4. The word "delegate"
  5. The word "boss"
  1. The likelihood that you can actually fulfill the commitment you made is significantly higher.
  2. You have more flexibility.
  3. It shows that you are currently very busy.
  4. The likelihood that your colleagues will like you is significantly higher.
  1. Avoid agreeing too quickly.
  2. Ask questions about the topic.
  3. Explain that you are too busy.
  4. Ask if somebody else can fulfill the task.
  1. To collectively look for better ways of working together
  2. To define the "what" of working together
  3. To keep an eye on delegated tasks
  4. To be open about what disturbs you
  5. To influence colleagues in the desired direction

Author of lecture Save Time when Dealing with Others

 Zach Davis

Zach Davis

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