One study estimated that 73% of entire US employees would be working from home by 2028. But implementing work from home policy isn’t without challenges.The biggest challenge that most managers face is ‘how to measure the productivity of employees?’ Here’s how.
Several organizations are beginning to embrace remote work models. Your team might be new to working remotely or even be familiar with the model; you must keep improving on productivity and work output. Listed below are tips that can help your remote team become more productive.
11 Tools & Strategies to Make Meetings More Efficient and Actually Productive Everybody hates meetings. More often than not, they’re uncontrollably long and don’t do much to arrive at a better conclusion than: some work needs to be done. In fact, most meetings turn out unproductive, as executives consider 67% of meetings to be failures. […]
8 Ways to Improve Your Leadership Writing Skills As a leader, you constantly need to work on improving your skillset and further developing professionally. Whether you like it or not, people are going to look up to you and see you as a role model. They’ll analyze everything that you do, and if they see […]
During your typical workday, how much of it is spent reading and answering emails, calling and rushing to meetings? If you battle constant interruptions throughout the day, spend too much time in reactive mode responding to emails and messages, and have to juggle many different projects and responsibilities, this article is for you.
Nothing is the same again, and everybody has to find ways to adapt. Companies must continue to run, and employees must to be productive. Want to know how?
Have you ever sat in a meeting and saw your subordinates staring blankly during a meeting? Here are 5 ways to lead better team meetings!
The stress at work is sometimes really challenging and it does pose intolerable hurdles that ultimately impact the health of your employee. Learn how to deal with it now!
If you are located in a country where lockdown is not lifted yet, or have negotiated at least one day a week where you work remotely, you will definitely need to look into setting up the workspace for your needs at home.
As more states are relaxing their regulations, workers will soon be returning to a post-coronavirus office. What will this new workplace look like? Here are some short-term and long-term adjustments employers are making to help protect the health of their staff.