Posts Tagged ‘ productivity ’

[Infographic] The Importance of Employee Engagement

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January 15, 2019
[Infographic] The Importance of Employee Engagement

Tweet Creating an atmosphere where employees feel engaged in their work can be tough. Everyone has different motivations, likes and dislikes, and expectations of themselves and their overall lives, so creating a workplace that caters to all of these needs can sometimes feel impossible. The challenge is so great for some that they simply...
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Three Ways to Optimize an Open Office Environment

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July 16, 2018
Three Ways to Optimize an Open Office Environment

Tweet Open office environments, once considered a workplace trend, have become the norm. Today, nearly 70% of U.S. offices occupy an open environment. Supporters believe that this design enables more opportunities for collaboration, improves transparency, minimizes emails and phone calls, while also strengthening co-worker relationships. Additional benefits include cost savings and appearing more attractive to millennials...
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Three Habits that Heighten Your Personal Productivity Potential

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April 24, 2018
Three Habits that Heighten Your Personal Productivity Potential

Tweet Both successful and unsuccessful people have 24 hours each day, however how those hours are optimized is the key differentiator. Here are three ways to accomplish more in less time. Set daily and startup activities. As author Charles Duhigg explains in his book, The Power of Habit, following routines increases productivity levels. Regardless of your role or...
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Boost Your Productivity by Breaking These Four Bad Habits

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September 14, 2016
Boost Your Productivity by Breaking These Four Bad Habits

Tweet Break these four bad habits to pump up your productivity.  Waking up without a morning routine.  Rushing through the morning can have negative consequences on your sense of emotional well-being and overall productivity.  Without a morning routine, it’s easy to skip important activities such as meditating, working out, and worse yet—skipping breakfast.  Starting...
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Four Habits that Cultivate Productivity

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May 26, 2016
Four Habits that Cultivate Productivity

Tweet Working smarter, not harder, requires developing the following four healthy habits. Develop a morning routine.  On the subject of cultivating a mental attitude that will bring you peace and happiness, Dale Carnegie said, “Fill your mind with thoughts of peace courage, health and hope.”  That’s an impossible feat if you start each day...
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Three Reasons to Tackle Tough Tasks First

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May 4, 2016
Three Reasons to Tackle Tough Tasks First

Tweet It’s tempting to start the day focusing on easy tasks before addressing more challenging ones.  Procrastination is the bane of human existence, but you can overcome it by tackling difficult to-do’s earlier on in the day.  Dale Carnegie said, “You can get ahead in the world. But you will have to work, you...
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Make the Fault Seem Easy to Correct

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August 9, 2014
Make the Fault Seem Easy to Correct

Tweet A bachelor friend of Dale Carnegie, about forty years old, became engaged, and his fiancée persuaded him to take some dancing lessons. “The Lord knows I needed dancing lessons,” confessed the friend, “for I danced just as I did when I first started twenty years ago. The first teacher I engaged probably told...
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A Subtle Way to Influence People

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May 26, 2014
A Subtle Way to Influence People

Tweet Colonel Edward M. House wielded an enormous influence in national and international affairs while Woodrow Wilson occupied the White House. Wilson leaned upon Colonel House for secret counsel and advice more than he did upon even members of his own cabinet. What method did the colonel use in influencing the President? Fortunately, we...
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Sales Success is in Your Future: June 4th

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March 14, 2014
Sales Success is in Your Future: June 4th

Tweet As careers change for many professionals in this 2014 economy, there are a number of great opportunities across New Jersey; although the economy is still slowly getting better, it is growing and giving business professionals the chance to move into the careers they want and are ready for based on opportunity. Spring will...
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Develop a Positive Mission Statement for Success

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February 1, 2014
Develop a Positive Mission Statement for Success

Tweet The key to success lies in developing a mission statement that is personal and positive. Keep your mission statement short and to the point such as “I am an exceptional leader.” Then, after every sales meeting, you should quickly review your mission statement and ask yourself if you conducted yourself in a manner...
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