Tagged productivity

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Team Management

How to Manage Harmful Employee Behaviors

It’s one of those unpleasant facts of business life: No matter how effective a manager you are, it’s inevitable that one or more of your employees will display problematic behaviors now and then. A top performer starts exhibiting less-than-stellar performance. A previously reliable employee is increasingly absent from work. A direct report arrives chronically late to important meetings. Today, we have curated four types of harmful employee behaviors and how to manage them as you move into management jobs.

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The hidden benefits of stress

How to Use Stress to Make Yourself a Better Person!

Feeling stressed? Embrace it! New research shows that stress can actually make you happier and stronger – just by viewing the experience more positively. Instead of treating stress as a disease, experts are encouraging us to reset our minds to view the negatives of stress as positives. By taking a more positive view of stress…

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Combining personal and professional life is increasingly common in today’s world

The New Norm for Management Jobs: Work-Life Integration, Not Balance

Salary.com found that 64 percent of employees visit non-work-related websites every day during work hours, including social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. Due to the increasing rate of technological advancement, the lines between home and office have become extremely blurred. Today, it is perfectly acceptable to check work emails over weekends and while…

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Leverage yourself and multiply the value you bring to your company

The Why and How of Effective Delegation

Have you received feedback (formally or informally) on that delegation would make you more efficient and successful at your work? Are you drowning under work pressure because ultimately you need to take all the decisions and check every minuet detail that is under your authority? I would say about time to think about delegating. How do you create effective delegation in management positions? Read further…

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Asking for what you want

Being assertive in the workplace

Being Assertive in the workplace is a frequently misunderstood concept as there is many of us who confuse assertiveness with being aggressive and domineering. Everyone wants to feel acknowledged and empowered in his or her workplace, but research states most people feel powerless and subjugated.

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How taking creative lunch breaks are becoming the norm

Meditation instead of cheeseburgers

Is a slice of pizza or a cheeseburger at the canteen how you take time off from your job? This is an example of what has been a common lunch break in many companies. But things are changing. Employers are increasingly committed to providing employees with unusual breaks from their daily routine, from sports programs to…

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Efficiency boost

Less work, more success

Wouldn’t it be nice to work less, and still create more? Psychologist Dr. Ferrari reveals how to get the biggest enemy of efficiency – procrastination – under control. “I can’t do it today, I’ll just do it tomorrow.” If this statement sounds like one of your standard excuses, then it might well be the case…

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