One of the biggest challenges we hear from participants in our Time Management Classes is the difficulty of managing individual priorities when working with other team members. Below please find 5 deadly traps that can really zap how effectively team members are able to get their work done. You may want to discuss these with team members during your next meeting. This discussion just might help you each get more done each day! The five deadly traps impacting team time are:
You've certainly felt the pain of distractions and interruptions at work. Have you been putting all your focus into completing a certain task, been interrupted, and then afterwards can't remember where you were? Or worse yet, you don't ever go back to your original place?
This is the second part of our article on “Email Etiquette”. With all of the emails we receive these days here are a few tips on the does and don’ts of email etiquette.
We are all inundated with email these days. Because we get so much of it, we make very quick decisions about what to open and what to delete. We don't want to receive unimportant or unnecessary emails, and improper email etiquette bogs down an organization and shines a poor light on the sender.
Yes, technology has changed things. Now almost everyone has some kind of email account(s), and it's getting harder and harder to "unplug". Just how have emails and text messaging impacted us? I thought you'd be interested in some startling statistics: