Effective Multitasking : 7 Habits to Boost Your Effectiveness
We live in busy times. Our task lists and responsibilities are constantly growing. Effectiveness is key. Doing two or more things at the same time proves ineffective. True multitasking is a myth - no one should expect it to work. However, it is possible to deal with our e-mail, events, and tasks in a manner that appears simultaneous from the perspective of hours and days. This is what I call "effective multitasking." Studies found that most people, regardless of their company and position, are struggling to keep up with their e-mail, task lists, and calendars. This book introduces a framework based on 7 surprisingly simple habits that will help you organize, reduce stress, relieve your mind and find a natural style of organization. The simplicity of these habits makes them a powerful tool for professionals. "Effective Multitasking" is filled with techniques and practical examples explaining how to handle multiple projects, prioritize and delegate tasks, and manage your e-mail inbox and calendar. It is a fantastic tool for people working in large organizations overburdened with many incoming messages and constant priority changes. Visit www.effectivemultitasking.com.
- Paperback | 82 pages
- 128.52 x 198.37 x 4.83mm | 140.61g
- 15 Jul 2013
- Piogress Piotr Nabielec
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Piotr Nabielec
Piotr Nabielec is an IT trainer and coach that has worked in a number of different roles for small companies and several large corporations like Motorola, Nokia Siemens Networks, and Sabre Holdings. Piotr, based in Krakow, Poland, is known for his passion helping people and companies become more productive. He currently contributes to Lifehack.org and writes a blog on Personal Productivity. As a conference speaker, Piotr usually talks about productivity, processes, and human factors in the IT world.