SECTION 3

FLOURISHING THROUGH  WORK MANAGEMENT

Competencies that fall within the Work Management category are not only critical components of workplace success but of overall well-being. This section contains tools and strategies to support you working smarter instead of harder. We’re going to focus on three areas: Organizational Savvy, Priority Setting and Time Management, and Decision-Making.

This part of your report is designed to help you develop these three competencies that work together to extinguish signs of stress and burnout.

ORGANIZATIONAL SAVVY

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Organizational savvy helps us understand the people and structures around us. It supports us in building stronger relationships and navigating the unique dynamics of the organization. These skills lead to greater efficiency in completing work and managing challenges, and reducing feelings of helplessness, frustration, and stress.

High Score Organizational Savvy

Your survey responses indicate that you understand what organizational savvy is and can use it toward efficiently getting things done at work.

You have the ability to navigate the complexities of your organization’s structures and dynamics and use both formal and informal networks effectively to achieve your goals. Your understanding of the organization’s culture and your ability to align with it positively impacts your colleagues and projects.

Moderate Score Organizational Savvy

Your survey responses indicate that you understand what organizational savvy is and can use it toward efficiently getting things done at work.

You have the ability to navigate the complexities of your organization’s structures and dynamics and use both formal and informal networks effectively to achieve your goals. Your understanding of the organization’s culture and your ability to align with it positively impacts your colleagues and projects.

PRIORITY SETTING AND TIME MANAGEMENT

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Priority setting and time management serve as stress buffers. These skills enable you to create an organized structure for your tasks, ensuring the important tasks are handled first, so that you avoid last-minute panic and overload. This not only boosts your productivity but also provides you with a sense of control over your workload and schedule.

High Score Priority Setting and Time Management

Your survey responses indicate you are effective at prioritizing and managing time.

If you aren’t already fully leveraging this strength or looking to enhance your prioritizing and time management skills, this section includes some low-effort strategies for additional benefit.

 

 

Moderate Score Priority Setting and Time Management

Your survey responses suggest you possess a moderate level of priority setting and time management skills with great potential to grow.

You prioritize and manage time appropriately, yet not necessarily consistently or with great ease.

DECISION MAKING

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In any role within a workplace, decision making is essential for moving projects forward. It requires a thoughtful balance between spending time to gather more information, thinking through options and choices, and taking action to prevent delays or missed opportunities. Employees who excel in decision making understand these competing factors and manage them effectively.

High Score Decision Making

Your survey responses reveal you are strong at decision-making, and therefore are able to leverage these skills to reduce burnout and stress.

The following content contains some ideas for which you can put your decision-making skills to greater use in support of your well-being.

 

 

Moderate Score Decision Making

Your survey responses reveal you have the ability to reach sound decisions in a timely way, though you may benefit from some support in strengthening these skills.