Rule #88 - Purging Procrastination

Everyone’s done it. You have a deadline, but you’re not quite motivated to complete it just yet, so you don’t. Unfortunately, procrastination has a drastic effects on the workplace, so it’s best to work hard to prevent it. Thankfully, there are several solid solutions. Hold your employees accountable. If you clearly communicate what needs to get done and the urgency of the matter, your employees will work more efficiently to complete it. You can also reward performance. If your employees are continually working diligently and ahead of schedule, don’t let that go unnoticed. Procrastination wastes precious time that you only have so much of, so purge it while you’re ahead.

How do you purge procrastination in your organization?

Tags: Leadership Advice, Staci Redmon, Procrastination, Redmon's Rules