Increase productivity with time management training games and assessments. Learn how time management can reduce stress and improve performance.
Multitasking is nothing new: it’s the action of switching quickly between different tasks. But in contemporary times, it’s become more and more expected – at a faster speed and higher frequency – in both work and personal life. Just in the face of an ever-increasing number of communication vehicles (talking, telephones, letters, email, mobile phones, texting, social media, video conferencing, etc.), it’s expected that we remain accessible to everyone all the time – because we can be; because we fall behind when we aren’t. It’s been proven, though, that people slow down when switching from task to task – especially, Read More
Even the most technically skilled, personable, committed, and hard-working employee can see his own downfall in poor time management. When tasks are not prioritized correctly, problems can arise – not just for the individual, but the whole team. While prioritization may seem like a very specific and personal process, there are proven methods – applicable to anyone – that address generalities of managing one’s work. Managing oneself well can have immeasurable benefits on an organizational and personal level: increased productivity, engagement, and efficiency for the organization; increased confidence and job satisfaction, and decreased stress levels for the individual. Everyone will, Read More
FREE Webinar Wednesday, August 14 11am – 12pm ET While projects usually start with good intentions and lots of enthusiasm, it’s sometimes difficult to maintain that focus and energy when you have to juggle multiple priorities at the same time. No longer just the responsibility of those trained as project specialists, the ability to manage everyday projects is a requirement for many people in today’s organizations. Join author and project management expert Lou Russell for an hour-long session that will address common stumbling blocks and offer you a practical formula for success. What You Will Learn What it means to, Read More
Personality Style affects all aspects of our work life – especially time management. Just as with social situations involving different groups of people, we approach time management differently depending on what we’re doing. When thinking about time management, it’s important to consider not just the nature of the task, but the other people involved. Team members, managers, and other stakeholders may have very different methods of time management than we do. And while we cannot control the behaviors of others, and most often can’t choose who we work with, we can make our time-management style align more closely for a, Read More