May 22nd, 2018. 3 min read
Prioritize & Manage your time as an assistant!
I use this board to manage all of my tasks that I complete as an executive assistant for a lead pastor in the local church ministry. This has been extremely helpful for both the pastor and myself because we have both been able to add tasks to my plate and add their priority to them and due dates along with notes on each task. This has greatly helped communication and prioritizing the things I do throughout the week. It has also helped me track how much time I am putting into things as you can add this feature as well. I love changing the status of a task to DONE!
Getting started tips
I entered in all of my tasks for the week and then worked with my supervisor on putting a priority on each tasks so that I knew which ones were the most important to get done first. Just start by adding everything you need to do and then add the details. You can also sort everything by different categories. I choose to categorize/sort by the priority of the task so I can start with HIGH and end with LOW if there is still time in the week.
"prioritizing tasks to be completed in ministry exec assistant position"
Why we love this template
This template is brilliant because you can track your progress! You can change the status of each pulse from working on it, done, etc. You can describe where you are at on a project without having to text or send an email to who you are working for. They can check your boards to see how you are doing with things they have assigned you or you have assigned yourself.
Without this template I would
Without this template I would be a lot more stressed about the communication and importance of the tasks assigned to me from my supervisor. It would be very difficult to decide what all I can and should get done in a week's time.
Hi I'm Taylor Horvat from Velocity Church and this was my story
Hi I'm Taylor Horvat from Velocity Church and this is my story, check it out
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