Even when working from home, it’s not always easy for employees to focus on Friday. Yes, your team is a true collection of professionals, all working hard together towards a common goal. However, it’s also almost the weekend. Sure, there’s no “office clock” for everyone to stare at, but productivity can dip a bit on a Friday. Here are some tips to keep in mind.
Finish One Major Task
This is a tactic that anyone can use. Friday morning/afternoon is usually when workers are at their most productive, before Friday evening begins to creep in. Getting one large, important task, meeting, or errand done during the day (particularly early in the day) helps to make the entire day that much more productive.
Getting Smaller Tasks Done
Folks aren’t always their most attentive on a Friday. That’s why a great productivity tip is to take care of all of the smaller, easier to perform tasks that you’ve been putting off on Friday. Your mind might not be 100% on your work, but these are the things that you can get done. If you’re like many workers, you’ll find that once you start working on them, you can be far more productive than you might have thought otherwise.
Some of the best, most important work that gets done on a Friday is planning for the following Monday. Even after a regular weekend, it’s not always easy for workers to jump right back into their most important tasks. That’s why many of Danny’s employees take a small bit of time on Friday to plan out what they’re going to do the following Monday. That way, they “hit the ground running,” so to speak, on Monday morning.
The truth is that, with the right strategy, your employees and business can be highly productive any day of the week. To schedule a remote marketing consulting in Los Angeles session with Danny (at reduced pandemic pricing) call (213) 457-3250.