This week’s question comes from Jen in Rosemount, Minnesota. She asks: Q: I work in emergency dispatch. People who perform well in this position have the ability to both type and listen to the conversation at the same time. If multitasking is something that people are unable to do, then what are these effective 911 … Continue reading “What to do when ‘multitasking’ is unavoidable – Pick Dave’s Brain”
What can you do if you’re surrounded by people who are addicted to multitasking? This week’s question comes from Brandon in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He asks: Q: I just finished reading The Myth of Multitasking and really enjoyed it. It seemed like most of the suggestions applied to someone who is a CEO or a … Continue reading “Surrounded by multitaskers? Here’s what to do – Pick Dave’s Brain”
This week’s question comes from Richard in New South Wales, Australia: Q: Hi, Dave! I started my company over thirty years ago and I’m still going to work every day. Most are young people in the office. My question is, what is the most effective way to communicate my knowledge and experience with them as … Continue reading “How to share your wisdom with the next generation – Pick Dave’s Brain”
This week’s question comes from John in Montevideo, Minnesota. He asked: Q: How do I get my team to buy into my vision for growth, and the reward of a trip to Hawaii in two years?
This week’s question comes from Chelsea in Clearfield, Utah. She asks: Q: Hi Dave, I manage employees who occasionally reach out to me after business hours. How do I stop employees from encroaching on my personal time, while still being supportive of them?