5 Tips To Increase Work Prioritization And Time Management Skills

Team members must work in harmony to ensure the project is executed well. This would require them to possess work prioritization and time management skills, in addition to the ability to follow the project schedule.

So, if you are a team member, how can you polish these two important skills? By mastering the following five activities and continuing to better yourself in those areas. Continue reading 5 Tips To Increase Work Prioritization And Time Management Skills

3 Tips for a Smooth Transition to a Project Manager Role

An ascension to a project manager position is a significant milestone in one’s career. It is the point where one goes from being a specialist to taking higher accountability for outcomes, people, and process. A project manager position is the ideal stepping stone to a leadership career path. Continue reading 3 Tips for a Smooth Transition to a Project Manager Role

5 Inspiring Leadership Lessons from Legendary Leaders

I recently heard about an incident from a friend. He works in a mid-sized services company and on a Thursday evening, the fire alarm went off suddenly. The whole floor was scampering to get out of the office. As employees were making their way out of all possible exits, he noticed the CEO running into the office. He was surprised to see him go in … Continue reading 5 Inspiring Leadership Lessons from Legendary Leaders

5 Things That Can Ruin Organizational Culture

As the market gets more competitive and economic climate, more uncertain, organizations tend to shift their focus to optimization and while that is imperative, the lack of focus on company culture can lead to long, irreversible damage. Culture continues to be a big buzzword in boardrooms; however, organizations assume that culture will get created on its own and will also sustain itself. Yes, culture is … Continue reading 5 Things That Can Ruin Organizational Culture

Dealing with Distractions at the Workplace

That the human race is battling with distractions is an understatement. A popular NYC restaurant reviewed their surveillance videos from 2004 and 2014 and found a staggering difference in the average time it takes to service a customer. Following their research, they found that the average time that a customer spent in the restaurant from start to finish in 2004 was 1 hour and 5 … Continue reading Dealing with Distractions at the Workplace