Leadership and Time Management Update from H. LEINER & CO.
Different people work best at different times throughout the day, so keep your energy cycle in mind when planning your daily schedule.
Analyze your work patterns and figure out the time of day that you work best and will accomplish the most. Then arrange your schedule to fit that mold.
If you’re the most productive in the morning, schedule your most challenging and strategic tasks for earlier in the day and leave the phone calls and responding to e-mails for the afternoon.
People work best at different times, so don’t insist that everyone in your organization should be on your schedule. Instead, encourage them all to consider their own energy cycles and plan their days accordingly. This way, everyone will be the most productive when possible and will be in happier moods throughout the day because of their accomplishments.
(Marion E. Haynes, Time Management)