People employed in offices can concentrate on their work in an average of only an hour and twelve minutes a day. Here you check incoming e-mails, follow news on social networks or use texts first. That’s according to a RescueTime software survey.

According to an international software and information survey by RescueTime, which has been defended by over 50,000 people, the main reason is the inconsistent so-called multitasking.

So, for example, when writing an e-mail, we quickly click on the Facebook control, look at the calendar, make one call, and then go back to the e-mail. Only the first employees to achieve full concentration on one round.

According to the survey, it takes about nine minutes, we do not concentrate around peruen. And if our social network or e-mail is very interesting, we will get back to the original round even in 23 minutes. Between these we go one and two other activities.

If we have more than one bike at a time, pay attention. As the brain has to manage the coordination of everything at once, we lose the ability to think deeply and creatively. Although we will manage more bikes at once, but far less of quality, to Gabriela Kodenkov from, according to them we are more skilled in multitasking, so we fail more in the creative process of bikes.

With this, Vladimír Tuka agrees: the frequent change of activity and the effort to do more is suddenly leading to a decrease in performance, an increase in error and growth. Whenever activity changes, we switch our attention from one to another, which requires a lot of energy. The brain must understand, provide it with stored information about things, immerse itself in darkness, avoid distractions, react and make decisions. Let’s know how to get back to where we were before the distraction. It is much better to devote one thing in a single time slot and give it a boost. Even though the duty and work will probably take place and we don’t know where to jump, there is a certain amount of concentration on the assigned bikes, to Vladimír Tuka, the founder of the NeuroLeadership coaching center.

According to the results of the survey, the information confirms that we are usually able to concentrate on one thing for 20 and 30 minutes, often even me, depending on how much fun we have. Then it is advisable to turn your attention away, just mole, to something else. If it is possible for something that the brain processes otherwise than that, I will first deal with it. For example, if we are preparing a concept first, it is easy to get up and take a walk, to get a nice picture. So your brain can rest for a while. It is suitable for me to write an SMS first or chat on the Internet, adds Tuka.

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Email and fast messaging first through various applications aim to increase productivity by reducing the total time it takes to respond. Only in fact do these applications often lead to peten communication. Employees use an average of three applications for texts, phone calls, web meetings, chat groups and video conferencing.

The employer must therefore help his employees to learn to control all digital requirements in terms of set priorities. Managers can help employees determine how often to check first, which ones first require an immediate response, and which ones have low priority. Then get a constant worker, explains Gabriela Kodenkov.

Psycholoka Alexandra Hrouzkov nabz tak een. If the problem is experienced by an employee who realizes that due to the urge to check the first social pages of the passport and nose to work at home, I recommend looking for a psychologist and a coach who will help him find a way to manage his work effectively during working hours and how to respond well. If the problem is felt by the employer, we can be helped by trained employees in terms of work attention and performance, and thus a lost process within the organization.