Time Management Tips for The DISTRACTING Office

Many jobs may come with deadlines that you have to hit on a regular basis. However, those deadlines can be tough to hit if you are constantly distracted in your office. You may feel like certain things are out of your control, but you can control how you decide to focus. Our HR consulting firm is here to give you a few time management tips for the distracting office. Our HR consulting company specializes in offering customized HR solutions that work for YOUR issues, not the other way around. For more information on how we can help your office, call Kmet Consulting at 877-783-5638 for HR help. You can also visit our website at www.KmetConsulting.com for more information on our services.


Time Management Tips for The DISTRACTING Office


Keep a list of every you must do each day.
When you're very busy, it can be easy to get off track and forget about your priorities. Keep a list of the things you must get done each day and keep it on your desk in front of you so you don't forget. This act alone can help you keep focused on the important tasks that need to be done.

Cut down on things that take you away from your work.
If you have co-workers that are constantly talking to you, friends that are calling you on your cell phone throughout the day, or personal Facebook notifications that are buzzing at you to pay attention to them - cut down on all of these distractions. It's ok to tell your co-workers you're working and ask to talk to them later, just like it's ok to keep your phone on vibrate so you're not as tempted to answer your cell for so many personal calls while you're working. If there's an emergency, tell your loved ones to call your office phone just to be safe.

Time yourself.
You may be contributing too much time to certain tasks. Figure out how much time you really need to get certain things done and make it a goal to only use that amount of time in the future to accomplish those tasks. Tasks may be taking longer to complete simply because you're distracted.

You don't have to participate in EVERY extra opportunity that presents itself.
If you are asked if you would like to participate in extra activities for work, such as community groups or networking functions, but you know you don't have the time for anything else, it's ok to say no. You were ASKED, not TOLD to do them, remember that.


Get The Focus Your Need With Kmet Consulting!


Our HR consulting company hopes you enjoyed these tips and that you found them very helpful in your journey to becoming more focused in the workplace. Work can be really stressful if you feel like you can't get your work done on time. Cut down on that stress and apply these time management tips to help you focus. For more HR help, please give us a call today. Kmet Consulting can be reached at 877-783-5638.







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