Indecisive Employee Training
Help indecisive employees become more organized and confident. View courses on topics such as helping employees create SMART goals, overcoming procrastination habits, and building confidence.
How do you achieve your goals? Not the short-term daily tasks, but long-term goals and dreams? Some find that they don’t actually ever achieve them, or they fall way short. If you’re the type who works day after day, and year after year, but don’t feel like you’re really getting anywhere, this course is for you. SMART is an acronym that you can reference as your guide for goal setting. Setting SMART goals will help you to focus your efforts, keep you accountable, and help you attain whatever goal it is you hope to reach.
Common Time Management Problems: Procrastination
Take a look at your to-do list. Is there anything on the list that you’ve been avoiding for one reason or another? If you’re like most people, you probably procrastinate occasionally. But how do you recognize that you’re procrastinating? And what can you do to get yourself back on track? Let’s find out.
Confidence is not a concrete characteristic. There are things we can do to influence our confidence level. Whether we realize it or not, we all go through waves of low and high confidence, depending on the scenario, or based on what else we’ve done that day. For some of us, it’s based on what we’re wearing or how we’re feeling. There are some situations that universally test our confidence more than others, but the good news is that you can build confidence. Here are some ways to build your overall, daily confidence level.