If you’re surrounded by coworkers who get distracted easily, you’re likely to become distracted yourself. Instead of letting them pull you away from your to-do list, set boundaries.
When evaluating a job offer, it’s important to know whether you’ll fit in at the new company. But it can be hard to get an unvarnished view of an organization’s culture during the interview process. Before you take the job, find people with objective, unbiased opinions of the organization and its culture.
When you’re working from home, sneaking in a load of laundry may not seem like a big deal. But without boundaries, your day is likely to feel chaotic and fragmented. Give yourself structure by pretending you’re at the office.
When it comes to solving tough problems, tried-and-true methods can help but they might hold you back from discovering a creative solution.
If your employee is irritating fellow colleagues, don’t let the behavior go. Start by making your intentions clear, say something like, “I’m always looking for ways to help you grow, and I have some thoughts.
It’s important to challenge yourself with new projects, but taking on more tasks may require you to let go of others. Constantly evaluate your current slate of projects to know what else you have time for.
When Pitching an Idea, Think like a Sales Person
Pay attention to the trends happening inside your company
Use Quick Feedback Sessions to Exchange Advice with Co-workers
England all rounder Chris Woakes was delighted to overcome the frustration of injury and then sitting out victory over India on his home ground in Edgbaston with a superb first Test century at Lord on Saturday. (MATCH 29 year old, batting at No 7, was 120 not out...