Perhaps one of the most universal needs in the workplace is the need to feel productive. Whether you’re a C-Suite executive, a mid-level manager, an assistant, or otherwise, you wish you were more productive. Here are five simple tips to improve your productivity.
“Lack of curiosity is deadly in changing times. Vision, courage, and energy, without curiosity, turn to exhaustion and irrelevance.” Curiosity in leadership is an important quality. It keeps your mind sharp and encourages creativity. It keeps you from getting in a rut. Here are some ways you can know if you’re being curious.
It is important to recognize hard workers in the office, church, or otherwise. Encourage them. Praise them. Urge them to continue doing good.
Without a healthy team, it is difficult to do work and finish projects free from interpersonal conflict or organizational obstacles. But how do you know if your “team” isn’t really a team? Ron Edmondson shares seven signs your team isn’t really a team.
Public speaking, whether on the conference stage or in the conference room, is often an important part of any leadership role. Here are six common characteristics of effective communicators.