Managing Staff for Productivity

Most people intuitively and instinctively want to be productive. It makes sense. By being productive, they will get more from their work, and so will their employers. Yet many elements in the workplace can build walls that block employee productivity.

After 18 years of coaching and speaking about personal productivity, I have encountered five major blocks to employee productivity in the workplace:

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WRITTEN BY
Dr. Wetmore
In 1982, Dr. Wetmore created the Productivity Institute in Connecticut to address the specific personal productivity and time management needs of anyone wanting to do more in their day.
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