Take a look at which processes, rules and habits you should (or shouldn’t) focus on in order to stay as productive as possible.
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With a new year now underway, you can take your company’s productivity to new heights by adjusting your — and your employees’ — routines.
You’re Not as Productive as You Want to be Because of These Habits
The quest for increased personal productivity — for making the best possible use of your limited time can be overwhelming. And sometimes the better you get at managing time, the less of it you feel that you have.
Most people can shrug off just about anything — regular workplace conflict, mandatory overtime, the ever-present threat of layoffs, narcissistic management — for a regular paycheck.
When you think about it, it’s kind of amazing that humans can work alongside each other on a regular basis. A recent study found that a whopping 90 percent of office workers have experienced conflict with their co-workers. We might have different goals, visions for the future and personalities, but we still need to collaborate on a regular basis.
Here are three ways to create an environment of passion and reignite excitement with your employees.
Employees who feel connected to their workplace are more innovative and productive. They want to do great work because they’re proud of what they do.