As John Maxwell writes, “Momentum is a leader’s best friend”. Positive momentum makes everything easier. Negative momentum makes everything more difficult.
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If you have difficulty assessing how to work efficiently, you are not alone. Most people struggle with getting things done in a logical way.
Sending an employee overseas can be a great opportunity for both the employer and employee. Today’s guest blog post reviews the relocation process.
Having social anxiety can sometimes stop you in your tracks. It’s hard to make contacts or get ahead with the anxiousness always looming overhead.
If we asked right now, how many of you would say that you eat your lunch at your desk? It just seems like the easier thing to do, right? Maybe, but we’re here to convince you how bad of an idea it is.
Guest blogger Curtiss Quirin returns to The Methodology Blog to discuss the role of employee engagement in addressing challenges in your organization.
There’s no bad time to take time off. But in a new guest post, Mark S. Brown gives five reasons why people don’t take advantage of vacation.
Improving the way a business operates can contribute to the bottom line. But in the case of the healthcare industry, improving workflow can save lives.
If you sit in an office all day, chances are you spend a good portion of your day hunched over a computer. To say the very least, such a posture can wreak havoc on your joints and muscles. It may be time to stretch.
Confucius observed, “He who learns but does not think, is lost! He who thinks but does not learn is in great danger.” Learning and thinking are fundamentally linked. They need to be.
You don’t have to spend long in the business world to run across personality tests. They are touted as the answer to everything. They aren’t, and in fact, they often cause more problems than they solve.
You’ve been asked to give a meeting. OK, you were kind of told you were giving the meeting. But wait – you hate meetings!? There are too many and they’re too long. The last thing anyone needs is another boring one-hour lecture.
When it comes to making employees feel valued, there are surely plenty of avenues that companies can take to achieve this exact goal. And while providing certain office perks may seem like the best option in this regard, perhaps there is an even better way.
Venting is normal—despite all the ‘mindfulness’ and ‘meditation’ in the world, work is likely to create frustrations and where better to spill them than onto your co-workers?
Many Hoosiers discovered that luck isn’t the only way to find unexpected funds. If you’ve been eyeing that brand new grill for your back porch, maybe it’s time you check in with the state government. After all, there’s nothing to lose but unclaimed money.
A ping pong table in the office may sound like a great perk. But, is it actually a benefit? Does it create an environment where employees truly feel valued or does it do exactly the opposite?
Quitting a job is never an easy task. Even if you have a plan in place as to how you’re going to break the news to your boss, there is still plenty to consider when it comes to the conversation.
Ever wonder if you have a reputation at the office? It’s a basic question that surely many of us have pondered. Followed by the thought, “If I do, what exactly is it?”
In the last few decades, real estate has become more flexible when designing and utilizing spaces. Unlike previous generations where structures were built for one particular purpose, it’s common nowadays to see homes with offices and commercial buildings with restaurants and shops. And though this flexibility certainly brings more convenience, is it actually hurting our ability to focus?
A great apprehension (and perhaps misconception) about blogging is the idea that generating meaningful content continuously is painstaking and close to impossible. But is it really?