How to regroup when you have been interrupted:
Everyone in the workplace needs to know how to regroup during their work cycle. Because everyone is interrupted at some point during the day.
The technique of regrouping is simple and does work, so strictly follow the steps in this Toolbox Talk poster to ensure success.
Losing focus by being interrupted or even having a very demanding workload requires some form of regrouping methodology to restore focus. The guidelines in the ‘How to regroup when you have been interrupted’ post will become your best friend when you have learnt how to embrace the 4 regroup steps.
The risks involved in people not being able to regroup effectively can have a serious impact on your organisation. Not meeting deadlines comes with great costs and penalties – Both integrally and financially. I.e. Paying an important account late will negatively impact the organisation’s relationship with the supplier or service provider.
The great thing about this poster is that you can print it in colour and place it on your employee notice board as a reminder to regroup often and avoid any negative impact that not regrouping will have on the organisation.
It pays to have informed and skilled employees.
Read our blog on Regrouping to help you further.
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Read this article on “How to regroup at work”
What are Toolbox Talks?
Toolbox talks are informal but regular meetings that focus on topics related to a specific job or workplace requirement. Designed to be 20 minutes or less, these meetings are also regular in nature. They play an important role in building skills, team, productivity, and understanding.
The Toolbox Talk meetings are:
- Conducted onsite.
- Before workday begins.
- Once a week.
- For all levels of employees.
- By their supervisors or managers.
Our range of toolbox talk posters helps you in preparing for these meetings without too much effort. Simply purchase and download the poster, then discuss it with your team at your next toolbox talk meeting.