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Dealingwithdistraction

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  • - Muss das worksheet auch übersetzt werden? 30. Juli 2012 | |
  • - Muss das worksheet auch übersetzt werden? 30. Juli 2012 | |
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    • 1. Dealing with Distractions at Your WorkPlace Welcome to the section „Dealing with Distractions at Your Work Place “. Did you already print out the corresponding worksheet? Let´s then get started!
    • 2. Dealing with Distractions at Your WorkPlace In this section you are going to learn how to deal with possible distractions at work place
    • 3. Dealing with Distractions at Your WorkPlaceSources of Distraction: Ringing phones Co-workers or managers approaching you External noises (construction, other phones, radio) Messy desk
    • 4. Dealing with Distractions at Your WorkPlace A lot of time and energy is wasted due to distractions and interruption of work Distractions are, in many cases, easy to ignore We are often unaware of who and what is bothering us Effective elimination of distractions is helps us get more of our work done!
    • 5. Distractions  Noises and Visual Distracitons Can you eliminate noisy equipment and machines and visual distractions from your office?
    • 6. Distractions Noises and Visual Distracters Meetings and Calls It is not rude or impolite to tell a visitor or caller that you are focused on a different task and that you will return the call or meet with them later.
    • 7. Bottom Line A lot of time and energy is wasted due to continuous distractions In many cases distractions are fairly easy to eliminateAsk yourself more often… Is my desk perfectly organized? Should I postpone a meeting or return the call at a later point in time and get back to my main task and focus? Can I eliminate disturbing noises from the office? Is is possible to arrange a reserved time in which you can only focus on YOUR tasks and challenges?

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