The first sign of needing new skills in this area is a visual view of how much daily clutter are you working in with piles of stuff laying around or in desk drawers and spending a lot of personal time each day trying to find things.
In the past a cluttered work area may have been considered acceptable by saying this is just a very busy person. Today due to the focus on quality and cost of work this is considered a very disorganized person.
Viewing a work space is similar to viewing an iceberg – the visible portion is only an indication of what lies below the surface.
Work space littered with documentation piles, full e-mail in-boxes, notes, papers and files point to “below surface” activities of longer work hours, increased stress, negative visual images and inability to stay focused.
Kenneth Lewis provides you a program methodology for managing a practical workday, skills that enable you to achieve the following program goals:
Call today at 260-672-2028 or 260-704-3529 to discuss your interest or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have you ever watched people spend several days attending a workshop and come out emotionally all pumped up with that's the way I want to work and live my life, but on Monday morning they revert back to their old habits.