In reality, we should be on a mission to break our multitasking obsession. (I believe that many of us feel obligated to multitask.) While we have the ability to switch between tasks — we do not have the ability to attend to all of them effectively. Recent studies have documented that performance can drop significantly when attempting more than one task, and this becomes more of a challenge as we age.
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WHAT I DO:Executive Coach with Coachwell, Inc. I help for-profit and non-profit leaders and their organizations become more effective in the areas of corporate governance, senior leadership team effectiveness, individual leader effectiveness, leader development and organizational health. WHO I WORK WITH: • Individual leaders that desire to grow and become more effective • Businesses that desire to be a positive force for good in their community • Nonprofit organizations desiring to become healthier and more effective in accomplishing their mission Passionate about helping leaders who want to make a difference to live and lead more effectively so they may have greater impact. READY TO TALK? Feel free to connect with me on LinkedIn, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call me directly at 574.360.9294. View all posts by BG Allen