When’s the last time you did absolutely nothing? As a working mom, I honestly can’t remember. Life is full, challenging and scheduled. I was listening to a TED Radio hour show on Slowing Down that had me nodding my head with each of the talks.
To help people stop using qualifying words, Tami Reiss’ company, Cyrus Innovation, launched a plug-in that works on Gmail called “Just Not Sorry.”
There are a lot of tips and best practices for increasing workplace productivity. It is something no business, of any size, can ignore.
Your brain makes up its mind about a person within milliseconds of meeting him/her.
It’s not always the biggest brand or the smallest start up or the most dynamic leader who fosters great creativity and team synergies. It often simply comes down to team members who work well together.
Under Pressure: when things start to really heat up mistakes are often made, which can damage client relationships.
We have smartphones, tablets and laptops to get work from anywhere at anytime. We’ve shed the print publications in favor of online newsletters and all staff email blasts. So it is safe to say everyone is wired and up to speed via our real-time communications efforts, right?
I decided to do a little digging into the concept of walking meetings and found a fantastic TEDx Talk with Nilofer Merchant, a business innovator.