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Personal Productivity: Self-organization and Overcoming Procrastination


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Overview/Description
How is organization related to procrastination? In fact, the two often go hand in hand. A lack of organization, coupled with a tendency to procrastinate, can be a vicious cycle. Becoming disciplined, setting priorities, and eradicating time-wasting activities can reduce the desire to put things off. The key to becoming your most productive self is to embrace organization and to overcome procrastination. This course introduces you to ways of becoming organized to help you accomplish more with the hours you have. It examines the common reasons for procrastination and ways you can overcome them in the workplace. Overcoming the desire to procrastinate can be aided by implementing a strong system of organization. The course presents ways to develop the discipline required to get things done, guidance on setting priorities, as well as approaches to overcommitment.

Target Audience
Individuals wishing to improve their productivity in the workplace.

Expected Duration (hours)
1.0

Lesson Objectives

Personal Productivity: Self-organization and Overcoming Procrastination

  • recognize the causes of workplace procrastination
  • recognize the benefits of overcoming procrastination
  • recognize ways to develop discipline in a given scenario
  • address time-wasting activities in a given scenario
  • recognize how to set priorities and keep focused
  • say "no" and avoid overcommitment in a given scenario
  • Course Number:
    pd_16_a02_bs_enus