If you don’t take risks, you can avoid the chance of failure, and often that is strong enough influence to prevent you from taking any action. But procrastination isn’t useful or effective!
Every action is set into motion with a positive intention—even procrastination. A person who isn’t getting things done isn’t trying to avoid productivity—they’re trying to evade the risk and anxiety associated with trying something new.
So what can you do to prevent that habit from taking root? Accountability partners can help
professionals and administrations to take action. In this talk, Jack Klemeyer, business consultant
and coach, will help you will find out what you need to know to have a productive and beneficial
accountability partnership. Be guided through:
- How to select an accountability partner
- Establishing terms and structure of the accountability process
- Setting realistic projects and deadlines
If you’re concerned that your procrastination is holding you back, this is the presentation for you.
Sponsored byt he Indianapolis Federal Executives Association (FEA). Free to FEA members and guests. Register by contacting FEA Secretary Carol Gallagher at firstname.lastname@example.org.