Tag Archives: Anxiety

Time Management – Learn to Negotiate Your Incoming Tasks/Assignments

Learn to Negotiate Your Incoming Tasks/Assignments Time Management – Negotiate Assignments: John has lots of interruptions. People keep asking him to do things. He wants to be a good team-player, but he also needs to focus on the right tasks, stay in control, and always follow-through on commitments. Watch John as he considers the value […]

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Time Management – What is your “system”?

The “Heap” System is Bad for Your Health Heather’s system is a bit scattered, with 20 to-do items, 40 new emails, 4000 old emails, 5 new texts, sticky notes, piles, note pads from meetings, performance goals, projects … where does it end? Watch the case study to see how Heather manages her work, then answer […]

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Time Management in the Age of Anxiety – Restaurant Managers

Helping Millennials Manage Work and Achieve Goals I have a million things to do, and I’m never quite sure what to work on next …  Being pulled in so many directions … where do I start, how do I keep track, how do I make time for MY GOALS?   Feels like I am working hard, […]

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Time Management in the Age of Anxiety

Time Management in the Age of Anxiety

Helping Millennials Manage Work and Achieve Goals It seems every day I see a print article or blog post explaining how Millennials face challenges that are different from previous generations.  According to experts, among other things, uncertain futures, pressures to succeed, fear of failure, etc. can cause Millennials to experience anxiety, depression, and a host […]

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Time Management in the Age of Anxiety

Time Management is nothing new. It’s a key performance skill, arguably the most important one of all. What’s new is a millennial workforce entering the lion’s den, many of whom manage work tasks and responsibilities haphazardly – without a “system”.  What they need are the tools and processes to handle the amount of information coming […]

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