In todays times our work-life is fast-paced and demanding than ever. And it’s draining us — emotionally, physically and mentally. With much focus on individuals performance and results, efficiency and productivity seems to be the buzz word in many organisations. Faced with company downsizing and concern about self job security individual employees many a time fear the terms like 'being more productive'.

If you are a manager or in a leadership role in an organisation you would surely expect to increase efficiency and productivity of individual employee (including yourself) to overall improve the final results or to meet the team goals/targets.

Self Management : Step one is retrospect, one need to realize how much time one wastes during the workday. One can’t manage time, one can only manage self. We can manage what we do within the time we have. One can eliminate any distractions at workplace, prepare todo list, focus on result-oriented activities and prioritize tasks at hand.

Office Work Environment : Happiness at work is the top productivity booster. Happy people work better with others, they fix problems instead of complaining about them. They are more optimistic and have more more energy and are therefore more efficient at everything they do.

Setting Clear Goals to achieve : Pareto’s law states that 80% of the outputs result from 20% of the inputs. This means that 20% of our actions result in 80% of the results. We must find the 20% that is creating the 80% of our desired outcomes and focus solely on those activities.

There are many things that go into having a successful career including being able to increase productivity when it is called for.

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