3 Steps for Eliminating Distractions in the Workplace
Marty Martin, PsyD, director of the health sector management MBA concentration and associate professor in the College of Commerce at DePaul University in Chicago, there are three steps that leaders can take to manage distracted employees and eliminate distractions in the workplace.
The three steps are:
1. Design or redesign a job from a distractibility point of view.
2. Create a distraction elimination plan for your distracted employees.
3. Offer other resources when needed.
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