EMAIL DISTRACTIONS MAKE BOSSES WORSE LEADERS

EMAIL DISTRACTIONS MAKE BOSSES WORSE LEADERS

by Admin, October 4, 2018

The researchers believe the work is one of the first studies to examine how distractions from email affect managers, their productivity, and their role as leaders.

Employees spend more than 90 minutes every day—or seven-and-a-half hours every week—recovering from email interruptions, the research shows. Managers are no different, and their distractions have further-reaching implications, says Russell Johnson, a professor of management at Michigan State University and leader of the study, which appears in the Journal of Applied Psychology.

 

 

 

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