Alice Corner — November 4, 2019 Houston we have a problem… and that problem is our company productivity. Does that sound familiar? You aren’t alone. Productivity in the work place is such a hot topic issue that there are hundreds of thousands of guides on increasing productivity. With everything from painting the walls to reducing … Continue reading Thinking Differently About Workplace Productivity
Larry Kim — November 2, 2019 Follow @larrykim In the past, going to work meant slaving away for hours at a time without taking a moment for yourself. And, more often than not, it felt like you were trading meaningful life moments for tedious work tasks. Today, however, employees and companies are improving working conditions … Continue reading 10 Mindfulness Techniques to Practice at Work
Peter Daisyme — October 31, 2019 There are some people who say that multitasking is never a good idea. They advocate against talking on the phone while driving, watching TV during meals or texting throughout the workday. They have a rationale behind their claims: When we multitask, we’re only able to focus part of our … Continue reading 7 Situations When Multitasking Is the Answer
Liz Kislik — October 21, 2019 Follow @lizkislik A dear client and I were having a call the other day, discussing some development that one of his subordinates needed. “I’m going to tell her that this is good,” he said, “but I need her to do these other things as well,” and he laid out … Continue reading Here is a New Way to Stop Saying “But”
Carly McCrory — October 22, 2019 We all know everyone hates meetings. Whether they’re quick “what’s everyone doing” confirmations or those long soul-suckers that could have easily been handled over email, Karen — you hate them. We hate them, too. We hate them so much that we adhere to policies like Get Shit Done Wednesdays … Continue reading Why You Should Be Running Daily Stand-up Meetings
Mariia Bocheva — October 18, 2019 If you’ve ever tried to build an attribution model that wasn’t position-based (i.e. last click, first click, linear, etc.), you might have felt overwhelmed. But customer paths are non-linear and pretty complicated—sooo many things influence conversions. Most businesses have a lot of data about customer behavior: the devices they … Continue reading Multichannel Attribution: How to Measure the Unmeasurable
Kenna Griffin — October 7, 2019 “I’m tired” is probably my favorite excuse, followed closely by “I don’t feel well,” which usually is because I’m tired. I don’t know that I’m actually tired most of the time that I say this. For the most part, I get plenty of sleep. I say “I’m tired” or … Continue reading What Excuses Are Holding You Back?
Larry Kim — September 23, 2019 Follow @larrykim — September 23, 2019 Google Inbox does a lot more than deliver emails. Your inbox can now include reminders, tasks, flight information, items you’ve purchased, photos and more. Imagine not having to switch between apps or sift through emails to find what you need-instead, it will be … Continue reading 3 Incredible Features on Google Inbox for Boosting Productivity
JoAnn Corley — September 17, 2019 Follow @joann corley — September 17, 2019 (September 20, 2019) I wrote a post about how to boost your executive effectiveness for yourself and others by assessing your decision-making with time tracking. Since decision-making is the foundation of leadership & management effectiveness, I wanted to add another easy, fun … Continue reading Want a Cool Simple Tip to Stay Laser Focused?
Dave Brock — September 2, 2019 Follow @davidabrock — September 2, 2019 Words are important, with the change of a single word, we often change our mindset, thinking about things differently, acting/behaving very differently. As sales people, we tend to talk about working with our customers. We use language like: “Doing something for them….,” Alternatively, … Continue reading The Power of “Doing Things With…..”