The New Year will be here before we know it, but before the inevitable rush of holiday cheer and office parties, take this time to get productive about 2014. With all of the New Year’s resolutions and personal goals, your employees will be ready and willing to tackle new goals in the office. Make the most of their holiday spirit and become mindful of the goals and expectations you’d like to see happen in the New Year. Here are 3 tips for getting your office primed for 2014.
A looming deadline and a task you’ve been dreading for weeks can kill office productivity. Instead of letting procrastination dictate your work outcome, follow these few tips to ward off distractions, focus clearly on the task, and get through your day –and the task at hand –without a nervous breakdown.
Have you ever considered exercise as a productivity booster? Sitting stagnant in a chair all day can put strain on your back, wrists, ankles, neck, etc., not to mention your brain! Try these simple tips to keep you feeling fresh all day long.
What does it take to be that likeable, better leader who will drive success?
You can only be great if you love what you do. Passion is the foundation of your success and the main pillar to your organization as it is highly contagious. Increasing the passion will amazingly boost productivity and profits.
It is imperative to have clarity of your target audience. Timing might be affected by the geography of your audience. Savvy entrepreneurs will test their campaigns to optimize timing and frequency of such strategies; as a result will increase the return on their investment.
Decisions, made by leaders who are focused on what really matters, have great impact. These decisions create opportunities, new situations and cultivate an environment where people and organizations are making an impact.
The truth of the matter is that in most cases, the fear of the unknown kicks in and prohibits change and possibly enjoyment. So arm yourself with your company’s or your security and mobile policies, ensure full compliance and be “in touch” while not in the office or OoO.
People love OfficeTime. We get rave reviews. We’ve got a bit of a cult following. Just by using the app, people increase their billable. It’s time tracking for people who hate time tracking. (I hate time tracking.) You get to work on something that makes a difference to people
I have noticed an interesting screening mechanism that people use—the length of the message. If the message is short they read it. If it is long, they do not. This is one reason I decided to contribute to this blog. I find the messages short and to the point but still with thoughtful insights.
Without any doubt, one of the hardest things about growing from a solo entrepreneur to a small business is “let go”. If you can do a task or a project yourself, why should you pay some else do to it? The answer is always unfortunately driven by the reality of a tight budget.