Are you suffering from too much to do and not enough time to do it? Research studies indicate that as much as 40-60% of our daily workdays is wasted due to unnecessary, unproductive interruptions. In 2005 Basex research stated $588 billion is lost annually to interruptions and this number would increase by 12% per year if gone unchecked. Managing projects requires a great deal of planning and time. But where does your time go?
In this webinar, you will learn about the source of your interruptions and the five time loss factors that steal your time away, how to stop them, and how to use the time recovered to increase your and your team’s productivity and efficiency.
Ask yourself the following:
1. Are you often interrupted while trying to complete tasks?
2. Who interrupts you the most? (selection external clients, internal clients, managers, colleagues, friends & family, other)
3. On average, how many times a day are you interrupted?
4. What is the average amount of time it takes you to resolve each interruption?
5. Do time management issues and tough deadlines manifest in distress? Lack of self-esteem and Job dissatisfaction?
6. Is it often difficult to know which tasks to work on and what the priorities are?
Presenter Edward Brown is the President & Co-Chairman of Cohen Brown Management Group, Inc. An internationally renowned management consultant and entrepreneur, he is a leading sales/marketing/culture-change expert, strategist, trainer, and lecturer for a substantial number of the world’s largest and most successful financial institutions.
• Prolific author of trade articles, customized training programs, and “how-to” management books being prepared and in publication (e.g., Behavioral Embedding Through Video-Based, Leader-Led Training, Realizing the Call Center Dream, My Dog Ate My Management Report, and Guerrilla Management)
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