Have you ever lost at least 3 minutes trying to find a document or trying to remember whom you had delegated a task? If it happened to you, you remember that not only it was frustrating, but it affected your productivity and your mood. Lacking organising skills decreases the productivity of you and your team, costs you time, money and can even take a toll on your health and health of your employees. Having a clear mind and clear space allows you to think and act with purpose, as Erika Oppenheimer, prep and mindset coach, famously said. Leaders are not excluded from this simple rule. Of course, leadership requires upgrading the organisational skill set to a new level, but some things stay the same. Get rid of the clutter and confusion in mind, space, priorities and relations.
Author Kyra Sheahan, from studioD, wrote an article for Chron magazine, titled “What are organisational skills?” Although this topic may sound simplistic, understanding and applying basic organisational skills is where all successful people need to start in order to build up their managerial and leadership qualities. Kyra suggests that it is important to work on your organisational habits, design your workspace, be serious about your filing systems and learn to prioritize.
“What are organisational skills?”
“A big part of organizational skills has to do with how well you are able to prioritize the various aspects of your work life. Prioritizing means determining the order for which to complete each of your tasks, and, in the end, can make you more successful at maintaining order in your job. According to the University of Missouri Extension, prioritization is related to good time management, which is an aspect of organizational skills.”, writes Kyra.
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