Manage My Workload

Whether you’re an adult trying to manage your own workload or a parent or carer trying to assist and teach someone else to manage their workload, the following template can be a guide to assist the development of your own specific checklist to help you.

1. What needs to be done? Make a list

2. Prioritise tasks to be done. Number the order in which to do tasks

3. Office work – 2 trays – work to do / completed work

4. Online work – electronic – work to do / completed work tick sheet

5. Factory work – clipboard checklist of tasks

6. Home – list tasks / commitments / appointments – create a schedule


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