By focusing on a single, critical task each day, you may just give yourself the momentum to complete other tasks.
As I talk to my coachees, I peel away at the layers of what’s been stopping their promotion. To their great surprise, there are overt and covert obstacles in their way. Identifying them is the first step.
To be a leader at any level — whether leading yourself as an individual contributor, managing a small team, running a department or division, or leading a global company — you must invest in self-reflection to become more self-aware.
Precrastination™ is the opposite of procrastination. It is managing, in the moment, how you will deal with something effectively.
Many of us aren’t just working remotely. It’s no surprise that everyone is looking for ways to stay engaged and productive.
As a training manager in 2020, you are probably beyond swamped! There’s so much to do and so little time to do it in. As demands pile up, it is tempting to divide your attention between tasks, but this disastrous response to a full plate is not the...
It is easy to enter the mindset of “if only I had more time.” If you find yourself feeling like you need more hours in the day, the answer to your daunting list of to-dos may not be a 25- or 30-hour day but, instead, using the time that you already...
You are probably familiar with the word multitasking. However, you might not have come across the terms switch-tasking and single-tasking. The word multi-tasking is often used incorrectly by people who are actually referring to switch-tasking.
The workplace has changed dramatically in the last couple of decades. In the 1990s and earlier, many of us had actual offices with doors we could close to block out distractions. Open offices and telecommuting were much less common.