Have you ever wondered why your team had bouts of unproductiveness or lack of motivation when you were in the office? There are always a lot of factors when employees show demotivation: Maybe they’re going through a tough time in their personal lives, or maybe they’re starting to reconsider their career path-but whatever the reason, it’s our job as employers and managers to eliminate the conditions that trigger or aggravate their lack of energy or productivity at work.
An organized business is a healthy business. If you dedicate some time to making sure your digital assets are in order, you might discover that your company begins to grow exponentially in both productivity and scope.
For most business owners, time is typically something that there isn’t an excess of, especially when the organization grows over the years. If you want to save time, you’re not alone.
With so many businesses currently forced to temporarily shut down, or move their employees off-site and create a remote work environment, times are challenging to say the least. These challenges to stay competitive, relevant, and profitable in such circumstances can seem harder each day and are being felt across the board no matter the industry.
Productivity is an essential element that can determine the profitability of an organization. We know the happier and less stressed your employees are, the more motivated they are to work harder for your company.
Modern life is complex and chaotic some times and you need various ways, tools, systems, and schemes to keep up with all the tasks you have to do in order to achieve your personal and professional goals.
Watch today what productivity expert, Carl Pullein considers as the main reasons you should start using Evernote in 2019 (and beyond!)
An excellent video for the beginning of 2020.