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By Howie Jones  /  July 18, 2020

Team Analytics, Know What’s Going on Behind Your Team

Howie Jones

Productivity

Tuesday, May 19th, 2020

Team Analytics, Know What’s Going on Behind Your Team

Analytics can be applied to a wide range of areas for businesses. But, perhaps none as impactful as team analytics. After all, your team is the lifeblood of your business. Why wouldn’t you want information that can help you manage and retain your top talent? Or, better yet — do you know how to improve […]

6 Ways to Track Your Personal Production Peaks

Deanna Ritchie

Productivity

Saturday, May 16th, 2020

6 Ways to Track Your Personal Production Peaks

What’s the point of tracking your productivity? Hey, if you don’t know how fast you are moving, there is no way to get faster. The main reason to monitor your productivity is to find out where you may want to improve, and in what way you might choose to change. Tracking keeps you focused on […]

Focusing When Anxiety’s Gotten the Best of You

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Productivity

Thursday, May 14th, 2020

Focusing When Anxiety’s Gotten the Best of You

Even if you’ve never struggled with anxiety in the past, it’s understandable that you might currently be battling negative and worrisome thoughts. When there are a ton of additional worry’s in your life, it makes focusing on work a little more difficult. I mean, with everything going on in the world right now, your work […]

How to Maintain Your Mental Health When Working Remotely

John Hall

Business Tips, Productivity

Tuesday, May 5th, 2020

How to Maintain Your Mental Health When Working Remotely

Even before COVID-19 put remote work in the spotlight, numerous studies highlighted its benefits. For years, flexible work arrangements have been able to improve the morale and health of employees. As a consequence, they’re more productive. What’s more, for businesses, remote work can attract and retain talent and reduce the cost associated with real estate […]

Pick up the Slack for an Employee Who is Ill

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Productivity

Wednesday, April 29th, 2020

Pick up the Slack for an Employee Who is Ill

According to the CDC, “productivity losses related to personal and family health problems cost U.S. employers $1,685 per employee per year.” Considering that we’re all human beings who are susceptible to some sort of illness, whether if it’s the flu, COVID-19, or cancer, this should undoubtedly be on the top of your mind. But what […]

How Your Team Can Collaborate — Even When Working Remotely

John Hall

Productivity

Tuesday, April 28th, 2020

How Your Team Can Collaborate — Even When Working Remotely

Several factors can influence the success of your business. But, from my experience, none are more important than having a collaborative team. A study from the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) found, “those high-performance organizations are up to 5.5x more likely than lower-performers to incentivize individual, team, and leader effectiveness in collaboration.” Here is how […]

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