ABSTRACT

Let us turn to yet another critical element which managers need to consider if they wish to make success in their managerial pursuits and endeavours nearly as certain as day follows night, so to speak - that is, self-management. Essentially, “self-management” involves the following basic activities: managing stress, wise use of one’s time, and minding one’s health. The remainder of this chapter is devoted to a survey of these three fundamental aspects of self-management.