Promotion Fast Track & Time Management
An essential template for progressing up the corporate ladder. Record and track your tasks and the value you added.
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Why did I create this template?
The Promotion Fast Track & Time Management Optimizer Template was something I created to help me excel in my corporate role. It has ensured that I framed every task I completed as contributing towards reaching company goals and therefore helped me build a case for my raise and promotion. I think everyone working in the corporate world needs this template.
What's inside the template?
Task tracker: A database with three different views: "Week", "Tasks", and "Progress". "Week" shows you the overview of the tasks separated by days of the week. "Tasks" is where you record each task's important details, such as progress, stakeholders, completion time, and value-added. "Progress" is a kanban board where you can move a task along based on its status to completion.
Unplanned Asks A database to record unexpected tasks that are easy to lose track of — though once added up they normally eat into a lot of your mental capacity and time.
Monthly Archives: Pages to keep your previous weekly task tracker and unplanned asks to create an easy-to-access record of all your responsibilities and value-added.
Quarterly Review: Pages with questions to help you evaluate your responsibilities to build a case for a raise/promotion.
How to use the template?
In your daily corporate job as a way to organize and orientate yourself to fast-track climbing up the ladder.
What are the benefits of the template?
Time management: Learn how long you actually take to complete certain kinds of tasks to better predict and communicate your workload capacity and increase efficiency.
Promotion fast track: Record evidence of responsibilities to create a case for a raise and/or a promotion.
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