Get Out Of Your Own Way
Sometimes people don’t realise that they are hindering themselves from doing what they can at work. How? By thinking the task is too hard, too busy, etc. they tend to make up excuses for problems that may or may not be present. So next time before you complain, why not try working on it first?
Take Time Management Seriously
Trying to set time for everything you do and following it is not being too strict or uptight, it’s just called balancing your time wisely. You know there’s only 24 hours in a day, if you don’t know how to divide your time you’ll always be late and struggle when itcomes to trying to catch up with everything. Adjust where you see necessary.
You’re probably thinking how’s that gonna help with productivity of you’ll take people’s hands off to work and put them into cleaning. Well, what you may not know is that an unorganised and messy workplace can be uncomfortable for employees and makes it difficult for them to focus on work because they get distracted by the smell or the mess.
Know What’s Wasting Your Time
If you know the root of the problem, you’ll be able to eliminate and solve it. Whether it’s social media, too much office gossip, or nodding off during office hours; if you catch yourself being lured into it, stop and go back to work immediately. Or better yet, vow to do them during breaks or after you’re done working for the day.
Yes, it’s not really helping. Trying to do a lot of things at the same time is not being productive because you’re basically doing your tasks half ass. As a result of not putting your 100% into something you risk having to redo them if something went wrong. So you now you waste time doing something again that should have been finished in the first place.