GUEST AUTHOR BLOG: "The hidden form of procrastination that plagues CEOs, and ruins companies" by Rory Vaden author of "Take the Stairs: 7 Steps to Achieving True Success."
Procrastination is the most expensive invisible cost in business today. A recent study of 10,000 U.S. employees polled, revealed that the average worker self-admitted to wasting 2.09 hours each day on non-job-related activities. Considering the average salaried employee makes $39,795, that means procrastination costs employers $10,396 per year – per employee.
If you’re a high-level executive or business owner, that number probably horrifies you. And it should.
But, let me ask you this: How much is your own procrastination costing you?
At Southwestern Consulting we study success for a living, and what we’ve come to observe is just how pervasive procrastination is in today’s workforce.
From the front line to the C-Suite, procrastination continues to cost employers money, time, and efficiency. Having visited 5,000 offices in five years, our company coaches and trains people in all levels of a business to be more successful by doing the things they don’t want to do.
It’s during these sessions that we’ve come to identify the distinct forms of procrastination that affect everyone involved in your business.Page 1 of 6 | Next Page