Making Time Literally
Banks are home to many rigorous structures, but the time of employees is not one of them. A manager who wouldn’t dream of “going around” the boss organizationally will show up in the boss’s office on the spur of the moment. In service to an open-door policy, most managers readily accommodate all comers and will call impromptu meetings.
There is an innovative, proven process for ensuring that workers can manage their time, workflow, stress and, in doing so, raise their performance levels impressively. It takes a cultural change that treats time—the time of managers and employees alike—as the precious, finite resource it is, instead of squandering it in ways that create misery for employees, customers, and the bottom line.
Read more about the costly effects of interruptions and how you can increase your organizational productivity.
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Cohen Brown Management Group, Inc.