Here Are Ways To Improve Employee Efficiency

Employees, these days, are spending more time at the office. They are exceeding the 40-hour workweek. This doesn’t mean they’re more efficient with the outcome of their job. Leaders and managers can hone in on improving their underlings’ productivity and still save time. The following article will help with this endeavor at the office. Top…

Creating a Motivating Work Environment

Most people desire an open, safe and welcoming environment to work in, for growth and learning. The motivator is for one to do challenging, stimulating and varied work. The key player for this is the leader or manager. The leader plays an important role in creating a positive environment. Everyone wants an encouraging, interactive and…

Employee Passion

The engaged employee is crucial to an organization’s productivity, profitability and customer loyalty. This type of person is motivated, empowered, and likely to work at optimal levels. The following will tell about the components that comprise and influence employee engagement. There are eight factors for influencing this passion. Click on link:  http://www.kenblanchard.com/Events/Webinars >Leading Research and under…

Efficiency at the Workplace

Our software offering, Program Leader, helps with setting immediate goals for tasks and working in measurable chunks of time.  While routine tasks don’t need task management software, unique projects do.  Program Leader allows one to enter effort for each task so that you can pace yourself realistically. It can even advise when you’ve over-scheduled yourself.…

DON’T LET THE WORD, “FEEDBACK” FREEZE YOU

Ask someone for feedback and it can bring on nauseating feelings. People resist giving or getting it. They may have had experiences of other people getting angry, not getting results, or not being effective. Yet, being able to appropriately give it will improve yourself and make a difference in your performance in the business world.…

Succeed as an Accidental Project Manager

A movie a number of decades back, “The Accidental Tourist,” spawned the concept of an accidental project manager. This is someone in an operating role who is expected to reach a specific, unique outcome that includes schedule, cost, and technical performance expectations while satisfying stakeholders. We wrote Program Leader to help these folks reach their…

Bringing Nature to Your Office Space

There are many ways to bring small portions of nature to work, to influence mood, performance and health. Research has proven repeatedly that access to the outdoor views, fresh air and plants improves employees’ wellbeing. Interacting with natural elements indoors improves productivity. Who doesn’t want that, at a cost that is almost free! Here are…

Going Outdoors: Good for Brain and Body

When we’re closer to nature, either in the wilderness or our backyards, our over-stressed brains come to love us. Modern life can tax our brains and make us prone to mistakes. This is especially true when multitasking and expending effort to avoid distractions. The antidote to our hectic life is some nature! Our brains are…
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