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PRODUCTIVITY ASSESSMENT FOR ACCELERATED GROWTH

7 months ago

What is the difference between a good manager and an ordinary manager? Good managers have the ability to manage themselves and their resources effectively and efficiently. The personal productivity assessment is a brief self-evaluation that helps you identify the strengths and areas for development that affect your ability to self-manage.

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“Productivity is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning, and focused effort” - Paul J. Meyer

Most of us use less than 10% of our true potential. At the heart of all achievement you will find productive people practicing effective behaviors. None of us are born with behaviors that are 100% effective. We all learn by trial and error, and some learn from those experiences faster than others. Another challenge is our past conditioning. We all come to the workplace with different past conditioning; some good, some bad. Locked behind our ingrained habits and attitudes lie vast reserves of unused potential. The question is how do you develop that unused potential.
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LMI course made me understand how I am wasting and usin... Read More

DR. RAJAN R. SHIRSAT
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LMI course made me understand how I am wasting and using my available 1440 mins of time each day. Now I make planning of my time and concentrate on 20% work/activities which gives me 80% of the day's result. Written plan helps me to identify conflicts between various priorities and eliminate damaging frustration.

DR. RAJAN R. SHIRSAT