Productivity is something you need to pay attention to when working. Get more things done will benefit you in a way that allows you to be more prepared for your next assignment or job. Productivity is also something that every leader has. Whether it's leaders in youth organizations, to organizations at the company or state level. 

Every leader needs to be productive in his work because a leader takes control of all aspects of the job. He/she is in charge of any account that the organization and company have. Some tips from the leader of this company or organization will help you to be more mindful of the importance of being productive. 

1. Set a Daily Basis Goal 

Every day, you need to set any work goals that you need to complete. These goals will keep track of your work so that it can be completed before the deadline. This is important to do because between one job and another must be related. And you are certainly don't want to hinder work related to other divisions, right? Therefore, set goals such as what time you have to complete a task, when you need to make weekly meetings, what kind of output you want, and so on. It is highly recommended by Rachel Haurwitz, the CEO of Caribou Biosciences. 

2. Do the Hardest Task Now 

This sounds obvious but you need to actually do it. A difficult task or job tends to be treated differently from an easier task. You will tend to put off the task until sometime. Doing a difficult task can be done by dividing the task into smaller parts. That way, you will be more focused on doing the task. Doing difficult tasks first and completing them will give you more boost to complete other, easier tasks. Like John Furneaux says, tackling the least favourite and most challenging task first will help you a lot to be productive. 

3. Keep Track of the Day 

Between jobs, you may be juggling from one job to another. Even from one place to another. When you are faced with this situation, it is important to keep track of the goals and tasks that you have completed. This will keep you in control. Along the way, you are also recommended to write down any important details just in case you forgot it. 

4. Review It Every Week 

Review your daily and weekly tasks at the end of the week. Print it and review it, says Scott Farquhar, Co-CEO of Atlassian. You can do it on Fridays after you finish work. Check on what days you can finish a job faster. How many jobs did you complete that day? Also, identify the reasons why you can be more productive on one day with another. 

5. Understand Your Priorities 

Looking at your weekly schedule, it is important to understand the priorities of a job. Sometimes, priorities are not only measured based on the most immediate deadlines, but also the job that is related to other divisions or parties.