Self-management is made up of two aspects:
1. Learn to manage your time and work schedule. If you’re organised, intense workloads will cause minimum fluster, and you’re more likely to meet your targets and deadlines.
2. Think about your professional goals, personal development and training. If you want to stay at the top of your game, you need to constantly grow and evolve. You should never get complacent because there’s always room to improve.
A support system
We run courses to help you develop your managerial skills, plus you can ask questions and discuss issues with other professionals working in industry by posting in the relevant technical and professional network sections of Engineering Communities.