Managers and employees sometimes procrastinate. That’s just a fact of life. And it can severely impact productivity over time. But why does it occur? Is it laziness, a lack of self-discipline, or something else entirely? A New York Times article suggests, “Procrastination isn’t a unique character flaw or a mysterious curse on your ability to manage time, but a way of coping with challenging emotions and negative moods induced by certain tasks — boredom, anxiety, insecurity, frustration, resentment, self-doubt and beyond.” If your business leaders and workers can overcome these feelings, it follows that procrastination will become less of an issue. To learn more, click the link below.