Organisation Chaotic Or An Organised Nation?

Bek
Is your organisation chaotic or an organised nation?

Is your organisation chaotic or an organised nation?

Research has shown that clutter is not good for your productivity, your stress, and even your health.

Consider the word organisation:

As a noun organisation can mean:

1. The act or process of organizing.
2. The state or manner of being organized.
3. Something that is organized.

As an adjective it means:

Of or relating to an organization

We don’t call them organisations for nothing. If we don’t have systems in place, we don’t have organisation we have chaos.

Without systems, we have clutter.

Why?

Because without a system people will work the way they prefer and that includes making up the system based on their preferences.

The person in the next team works differently and so creates their own system, based on what they believe to be the best approach.

Over time we have so many systems that the environment is physically and mentally cluttered.

I did a search on a client's shared drive for a planning procedure, I got 24 different versions.

The biggest complaint from staff?

 "We can never find the information we need."

A study by the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) identified disorganization can lead to financial losses equivalent to approximately 10% of a manager’s salary.

Systems take the guesswork out of work

When you run a business, you have things that need to be done a certain way because if they are not done correctly, bad things can happen.

  • You may get unhappy customers
  • Staff may dispatch or deliver incorrect orders
  • You can injuries at work...

You get the picture.

Standardising the way you work takes the guesswork out of work and for people you employ that’s a good thing. This article discusses the benefit of standardising your systems and staff morale.

What's new this month?

The Quality Networking group has had a makeover and access is now available in three memberships.

You can check out the membership details here.

I'm holding a webinar to talk about the changes to the program. If you think the group may be for you, join us at the event on Jun 22, 2020,10:00 AM. Here is the link.

I'm really excited to be hosting the marvelous Andrew Pearce in a webinar for the Quality networking group.

If you are a member of the group or interested in joining the group come along and meet everyone and listen to Andrew talk about optimizing your performance.

The session will be on June 12th at 12.00 lunchtime so its a great opportunity to relax and learn over lunch.

If you would like to attend you can use this link.

Andrew is a Professional Stress & Performance Mentor helping business owners and professionals to master their mental and emotional states to reduce stress and optimise performance.

Andrew has worked in these areas since 2014 and from personal experiences and extensive studies he has learned a lot about the human behaviour that goes on behind the scenes of stress and performance.

With a love and passion for understanding why we do what we do as human beings, Andrew is driven to continually learn, grow and upgrade his knowledge and skillset so that he can serve his clients at the highest level.

Have a great month everyone and I hope to see some of you at the webinars.

Stay well everyone and I'm here to help if you need me. You may call +61 0403 857 054 or send me an email to bek@rebeccabradshaw.com.au.