Isn’t it lovely to hear work-life balance examples such as that of Tamara Budz, the founder of Silver Shade Group? Her idea of maintaining an equilibrium between work and life is ensuring that she eats with her family. Or take, for instance, the founder of ReputationManagement.com, Bill Fish. He strictly divides his work and family time. Bill doesn’t cross the divide until his kids head … Continue reading Project Management Principles to Improve Work, Life, and your Mental Health – Guest Post by Alycia Gordan
Productivity is a state of mind, but if you can’t get into that mindset then you can go days, weeks, or even months without making significant progress.
You might get a decent amount of work done overall using this ebb-and-flow model, but that pales in comparison to keeping a consistent level of productivity and motivation. That’s where this article comes in. Continue reading How to Stay Motivated All Day Every Day – Guest Post by Benjamin Brandall
Working for eight straight hours is almost impossible, especially with all the distractions available to us nowadays. For example, taking a quick break from a pile of paperwork could easily lead to hours of scrolling on your phone looking at nonsensical stuff. But aside from actual non-work-related elements, there are other productivity killers in the workplace. Some of these are even considered work-related or work-essential … Continue reading Productivity Killers and How to Avoid Them – Guest Post
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
By the End of 2018, at Least 40% of Organizations Will Have a Fully Staffed Digital Leadership Team Versus a Single DX Executive Lead to Accelerate Enterprise-wide DX Initiatives. (Source: IDC) With enterprises looking to accelerate their digital transformation journeys, the pace of change could be unsettling for organizations. Organizational culture can be seen both as a proponent and as a by-product of change. This … Continue reading 3 Key Drivers of Organizational Culture in the Age of Digital Transformation
The year-end holidays are a good time to wind down and recharge your batteries. It’s always good to reflect on the year gone by and make plans for the new year. On the personal front, people make resolutions for better health and fitness, better control on finances, exotic vacations and so on. I think it is important to make some resolutions on the professional front … Continue reading 5 Workplace Resolutions for Being Effective In 2018
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