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PROCRASTINATION
PROCRASTINATION

What is PROCRASTINATION


The postponement, sometimes unconscious, of a task or decision is common to all of us. The question arises when procrastination begins to negatively impact professional and personal life. Know the causes and how to reverse the situation.

The challenge of PROCRASTINATION


Procrastination is a type of self-regulation characterized by the irrational delay of tasks in spite of potential consequences, like poor overall performance and negative feelings that prevail in the long term, such as higher levels of frustration, guilt, stress, and anxiety—sometimes prompting serious issues like low self-esteem and depression. 

While many of us procrastinate on an everyday basis, it can become a serious issue if it begins to interfere with our performance at work. If not handled cautiously, this issue can intensify and affect the entire organization’s performance.

Paulsen, (2015) reported that employees spend about 90–180 min per workday on personal activities (including procrastination) during their active working hours. This time equals an annual loss per employee estimated at $8,875 (D'Abate and Eddy, 2007). As such, companies have the challenge of improving their employee's skills and developing their motivation.

Our solutions about PROCRASTINATION


According to the specific needs of your company, topics such as these will be addressed:

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I'm a big believer in putting things off, In fact, I even put off procrastinating.

Ella Varner

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