Employees that are looking to streamline their day to day process or to increase their overall output typically look towards to-do lists, checklist apps, or software tools that help them prioritize tasks and responsibilities. Take a moment to browse the tips and tricks below to learn how you can get the most done with your to-do checklist.
The world’s greatest leaders demonstrate great strength of purpose, tolerance, empathy, and endurance ― all of the characteristics of staying positive through uncertainty.
Every time you go to an event, it doesn’t take long to notice that there are a few networking superstars in the room who hand their business cards to every single person they meet. They often know hundreds and even thousands of people, but when it the time comes to call in a favor or score an important meeting, they come up empty handed. Ever wonder why?
You’ve decided to ditch that tradition of making (and breaking) resolutions once and for all. Congratulations. So, now what? Close your eyes and imagine it is one year later. What would you like your company to have achieved? What obstacles will you have overcome, and what are the chances you actually will achieve those ends?
On average, each American spends the equivalent of a week at work stuck in traffic every year. Whether your commute is the typical 25-minute journey that most of us experience, or an extreme 90-minute trek through bumper-to-bumper traffic, there’s got to be a better way to use the time we spend each morning behind the wheel.
The amount of employees working from home continues to rise at an unprecedented rate as we head into 2017. According to research conducted by Global Workplace Analytics, “Regular work-at-home, among the non-self-employed population, has grown by 103% since 2005.”
Should you send your coworker a smiley face? How about your client? Does your answer change if you’ve worked with the client two months versus two years?
Every generation has its own expectations for how it will work. In the 1950s, men primarily entered the workforce. In the 1990s, baby boomers and the Internet took over. Today, we’re seeing millennials enter the workforce.
These are frustrations we hear every day: