Productivity Tips

Productivity Tips

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How to Stay Productive When Dealing with Negative Co-Workers

You likely don't need a cited study to prove negative co-workers can have a major effect on how much you get done in a day, but we'll let you in on a small statistic anyway. An Associate Professor at Georgetown University and her colleagues found that a constantly pessimistic and negative coworker affects you up to seven times more… View More


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Real World Productivity Tips for Telecommuters

If you're one of the 23% of workers who does some type of remote work, you probably already have opinions about what it means to have a home office. While there's little doubt the flexibility of the role will inspire jealousy in others, it's not necessarily a dream come true. Telecommuting has a lot of perks, but it can also feel incredibly isolating. Without… View More


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Reducing Barriers to Employee Engagement and Productivity

A recent article at SHRM.org discussed several ways to increase employee engagement in an organization as well as the subsequent benefits. I took note of the first item on their list, which was "providing the right tools," referring to all the tools and business process infrastructure employees use to get… View More


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Why You Need a Dedicated Approval Management System

With a dedicated approval management system as part of your technology stack, you can regain hours of lost time every week while providing better visibility into every approval process. With a standalone (but integrated) approval management system rather than a use case-specific tool (for instance contract approvals, marketing collateral approvals, etc.), an organization is free to build highly-specific and robust approval processes for any… View More


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Does This Really Have to Be a Meeting?

There's little doubt meetings are a double-edged sword for most people in business. Sometimes they smooth out communication gaps, but other times they seem to drain people's will to live. In fact, excessive meetings are usually the culprit behind those 70-hour work weeks. A full 70% of employees state they don't even think meetings… View More


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One Simple Way of Making Your Company More Innovative

Where do good business ideas come from? Do you feel like your business just doesn't generate enough new ideas that help increase revenue, improve productivity, or release cutting edge products and services? Your business could be in a rut. But hope is not lost. Innovation stems from a change in mindset and a break from the norm. What does that really mean in practice? See how this works in the real world at… View More


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How to Plan Your Day to be More Productive

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Improved productivity doesn't just happen overnight. It's a detailed, sometimes painstaking process to lead a better life. However, the more diligently you incorporate these tips, the more likely it is you'll start to see the results you want. Most people want to figure out ways to get more done in a day, but this type of generic goal will never spur anyone to action. Couple the vagueness with the mixed results everyone gets when… View More


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Sleep (and Dream) Your Way to Productivity

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Getting enough quality sleep every night can be a challenge for busy people, but doing so can have a marked increase on productivity at work. Many working Americans aren’t getting enough sleep on a regular basis. When trying to balance work and personal/family commitments, it can seem like there simply are not enough hours in the day to get everything done. If sacrificing sleep is something you do regularly in order to meet daily… View More


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How to Solve the Biggest Problems of Internal Communication

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Poor communication is often at the heart of business failures. From a lack of resources to effectively cover a promotion to product recalls when something has gone wrong, better communication and a more effective feedback loop can avert companies from disasters that damage their reputations and their bottom lines. Communication Matters: The Basics Internal communication… View More


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Why Change Is So Difficult in an Office (and How to Cope)

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  Trying to get an individual to change their behavior can be an uphill battle, let alone attempting to get an entire office to change. If your marketing and sales departments have had a long-standing rivalry since the business began, their feud likely won't be solved over a few beers and icebreaker games. If only one person in the office is meeting their monthly productivity goals, then one motivational speech to the team… View More


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