Traditional Time Management skills don’t work anymore. Focusing on “goals and priorities” is not enough for businesses to succeed in today’s environment.
- Each day a typical office employee checks email 50 times and uses instant messaging 77 times, according to RescueTime, a time management software. (Entrepreneur, 2010).
- 66% of people read email seven days a week and expect to receive a response the same day. (eRoi, Email Addiction Survey, Oct. 17, 2006)
- Researchers at the University of Michigan found that productivity dropped as much as 40% when subjects tried to do two or more things at once. (Entrepreneur article titled Email Making You Stupid, Aug. 2011)
It is difficult to keep up with the increasing demands on worker’s time. Ineffective Time Management is painful and costly.
- 62% of workers routinely end the day with workrelated neck pain
- 44% report strained eyes
- 38% complain of hand pain
- 34% report difficulty in sleeping due to workrelated stress
(Integra Survey, 2000)
Regular “time management” techniques don't help much in today’s workplace.
- Work is interrupted by other work.
- Priorities are buried by other priorities.
- There are too many sticky notes.
- The to-do-lists have become way too long.
- Flagged emails fall below the scroll and get forgotten.
(Maura Thomas for Harvard Business Review 2015)
Today's Time Management requires Self-Management instead of Task Management.
Let us help you keep up with today's demands without feeling overwhelmed. In our time management seminars we work on:
- Attention management for sustained focus and engagement
- Stress management for problem solving and creativity
- Self awareness for professional identity and decision making
“Time is an equal opportunity employer. Each human being has exactly the same number of hours and minutes every day. Rich people can’t buy more hours; scientists can’t invent new minutes. And you can’t save time to spend it on another day. Even so, time is amazingly fair and forgiving. No matter how much time you’ve wasted in the past, you still have an entire tomorrow.”
– Denis Waitely, from The Joy of Working
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