Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being, and Peak Human Performance.
It’s Your Responsibility
In organizations today, many people believe that the level of productivity is mainly dependent on how much effort the management of the company puts in to raising the productivity in the workplace. However to be quite honest, the amount of productivity in the workplace is solely dependent on what the employees actually accomplish during working hours. Here is a look at some things you can do to increase your productivity as an individual.
You Don’t Need to Check Your Email Every Five Seconds
The top distractions in any workplace, no matter where you go are emails. No one will ever communicate an emergency via email. Email is an efficient way of communication, but it is not the urgent type and therefore there is no need to check your email like an emergency might just pop up. Some people get excited when a new mail pop-up appears. Relax, do your work, stay focused, it will all be worth while reading when you know you have finished all your work for the day.
The second big distraction is the cell phone. What helps, is to use the option of voice mail and read all your messages during your break. Often, because of the increasing number of instant messaging platforms on mobile devices, people just send random things that sometimes do nothing but just distract you from working. Productivity in the workplace will increase when you follow these suggestions.
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