1. Non-Prioritization Of Tasks
Assume that you’ve made a hundred assignments on one of your employees’ to-do list. Then, chances are high for him to do a little here, a little bit there, and then simply chit-chat or spend a few minutes down a rabbit hole of any other irrelevant task that’s not even on his docket. Not just a particular employee, we’ve all done this at some point in our life, but why? Part of the issue here is that we have a lot on our plate that we honestly don’t know where to begin at all.
The Solution? Prioritize All Tasks While Assigning
On any given day, each of your agency members may have a few distinct tasks to complete across several projects for different clients. Naturally, some of these might be more important than others, and that’s where the significance of having a well-defined priority set for the tasks come into play. However, as a manager who is juggling with the entire team’s work, prioritization of them can become really messy without a reliable process. In that case, StarAgent’s shared calendar option can help you to assign tasks for team members and prioritize them accordingly by adding deadlines and schedules. This way, everyone from your team will know what needs to be tackled first and which are tasks that require more time.