Group projects can be daunting but they typically produce more creative outcomes and greater results than individuals working alone. Teamwork also enhances the skills and learning of each of its members so that over time team members become more knowledgeable and creative by working with others who think differently.
Working for Home may not be exactly what I had dreamed it would be, but it can still be an effective and productive way of working. With a little preparation and thought into what you and your team need, working from home can actually work for you.
When we feel totally overwhelmed our default reaction is often to either shut down totally or get ‘crazy busy’.
When we ‘get busy’ as a reaction to feeling overwhelmed, we are often still not really making headway. It is very often just reactive and does not really lead to progress. It is far better to be able to have a clear and focused picture of exactly what you need to do and then work smarter, not harder.
We make hundreds of decisions everyday. These decisions all add up and can result in a decline in decision making ability known as ‘Decision Fatigue’.
In this post we discuss the impact of Decision Fatigue and steps you can take to result in making better decisions.
Email can take up a large amount of your working day, but often email means your working on someone else’s goals instead of your own. This post focuses on ways to make email work for you and manage it more effectively.
Having too many meetings is a complaint often heard by those working in both the for profit and non-profit world. Meetings can be viewed as being a waste of time, having no clear purpose and lacking results. Meetings can, however, be a great way to make decisions, share ideas and work towards goals. Here are 7 tips to having more productive meetings.