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Is the Winter Sucking Your Employees’ Productivity Levels Dry?

January 25, 2017 | 216 views

Is the Winter Sucking Your Employees’ Productivity Levels Dry?

Is the Winter Sucking Your Employees’ Productivity Levels Dry?

Short, dark, and dreary. That pretty much sums up the cold winter days ahead. The cheer of the holidays have passed and now your team is counting down to warmer temperatures and longer daylight hours. It’s this time of year when productivity plummets and people need an extra boost of inspiration to get work done.

 

Here are a few things you can do to help your team combat cabin fever while in the office and stay on top of their productivity game.

 

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4 Incentives to Help Your Employees Be More Productive

December 28, 2016 | 345 views

4 Incentives to Help Your Employees Be More Productive

4 Incentives to Help Your Employees Be More Productive

Serious managers know that each employee plays an important role in the overall mission of the firm. But, far too often, employees lack the motivation that’s required to reach their goals and be productive.

 

It can be difficult to muster up enough excitement around work but with the right incentives, both your employees and your business can excel.

Here are four incentives you can offer to encourage your team to be more productive at work.

 

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Are Meetings Destroying Your Employee’s Productivity?

April 20, 2016 | 514 views

Are Meetings Destroying Your Employee's Productivity?

Are Meetings Destroying Your Employee’s Productivity?

When was the last time you left a meeting thinking, “what did we actually accomplish in there?” Chances are, that’s a more common thought than you’d like to admit.

 

Meetings are notorious for being time wasters but did you also know they’re stealing from your employee’s productivity? Here’s how.

 

The Analysis Paralysis Trap

 

In decision making meetings, you need to walk away with a resolution to make your meeting worthwhile. Still, while people are brainstorming and putting on their thinking caps, they’re also deepening their risk of falling into the analysis paralysis trap.

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