Web Productivity: How can you stop your team being distracted by email or social media?
To improve employee productivity through the implementation of strategies that will reduce online distractions and unnecessary Internet activities.
The amount of time wasted online is significantly higher than most CEOs realise. The Internet gives an illusion of working when actual work is not being conducted. Productivity traditionally rises by 20% every decade. However, for the past 11 years, it has remained static in much of the world. Economists at the Bank of England have stated that the use of the Internet is a significant factor involved in this situation. The average office worker, for instance, is spending half the day dealing with email – 90% of which is irrelevant to that user. Plus, people think an online distraction takes them away from work for three minutes when studies show the average is 28 minutes. Company time is being wasted by the way we use the Internet, and much of the problem is psychological. This session helps attendees see how that problem is affecting their business and what they can do about it to improve.
Key points covered:
- The business impact of online distractions
- Psychology of distraction
- How to overcome distractions
- Importance of routines
To improve employee productivity through the implementation of strategies that will reduce online distractions and unnecessary emails.
Value and takeaway tools:
During the workshop, attendees will work on a set of individual guidelines for each organisation enabling their staff to become more productive through the reduction of online time-wasting (currently a hidden cost to all businesses).
Implement new strategies and tactics to avoid online time wasting, thereby improving company productivity.