Archive for the ‘Time management’ Category

Do you find yourself going to business meetings without any results? It can be frustrating to go to a meeting and get nothing accomplished. A company waste valuable time and money in conducting business meetings that do not get any results. Here are 11 suggestions on how to get the most out of your business gatherings.

With these simple tech tricks, managers can not only become more effective, but ease some of the hassles and anxieties that plague our jobs.

In Part 2 we dealt with that vampire that sucks the life blood out of your business: the phone. The second biggest time vampire, which is so bad as to almost be entitled to equal top billing with unscheduled phone calls is email, followed by the face-to-face meeting.

Working from home is the dream for many people and getting the most out of your home office is vital. These tips will help you maximise your productivity.

Productivity for Lawyers and Real People – Part 2. Killing the Time Vampires – Dealing with the Phone. Time Management and Productivity

I would like to share with you some of the things that I have learned from others and applied successfully in my business that just happens to be a legal practice. It’s about getting the right stuff done.

If it were just about getting the work done, we’d all be super productive. What if everything you thought you knew about time management is wrong?

If your retail staff are lounging around, it’s time to whip them into shape with these tips.

In the last few years, email has become the boogie man of work efficiency. Executives everywhere are struggling to achieve the much coveted inbox zero, some companies are making attempts to stop after-hours emails, and others are trying to completely eradicate email from their organization. What was first hailed as a great communication source turned out to be the nightmare of many knowledge workers. So how did email turn out to be the bad guy?

The term workforce management comprises all the elements involved in this complex process, including employee scheduling, time and attendance, payroll and benefits, performance management, and HR administration ─ just to name a few.