My manager said to me in 1:1 that I take too much time to context switch from one task to the other. He said I can do a better job on my whole multi-tasking approach toward work.
Any tips on how to improve?
I have a reputation at being very good at context switching, but to be honest, I'm not entirely sure if it's "teachable". I don't think the human mind is naturally well-equipped for context switching; it's much better at focusing on a single thing.
All that being said, here are my thoughts:
Here's some additional productivity resources that may help as well: