How to break down tasks so they don't break you: coping with overwhelming demands on your time

B A Thompson, J L Huston
Health Care Supervisor 1994, 12 (3): 39-43
Everyone, in every profession, seems to have too much to do and too little time to do it all. This seems to be even more true in the health care setting, where change is constant. Health care supervisors can become so overwhelmed with tasks that are expected of them that they have no idea of where to even begin. Rather than thinking about everything that must be done, the one single task strategy describes how you can break down your overwhelming tasks into manageable steps.


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