After years of working in corporate America, many people begin to despise their everyday work and forget that there are many simple ways to make workdays more interesting and rewarding. With this, we’ve created a list of 6 simple ways to enjoy your work, daily. While reading these, keep in mind that boosting the overall engagement of any office relies on 5 aspects: wellness, productivity, social, environment, and generosity.
It’s not uncommon to get so overwhelmed with our seemingly never-ending “to-do” lists that we feel as if we’re lost in our own life. Bogged down in stress, it can be extremely hard to find the motivation and inspiration to finish everything we start. Yet, as we endlessly chase more time and energy, not finishing important tasks we’ve started can begin to build up. This dangerous pattern can make us appear irresponsible, inefficient, and uninterested, ultimately creating even more stress. Therefore, it’s important to learn how to finish what you start before falling into a pit you cannot get out of. (more…)
No matter what kind of company you run, it’s always important to recognize the hard work and efforts of your employees. After all, it’s been proven that appreciated workers make the best employee’s. Therefore, considering it’s the season of giving, what better time to show appreciation for your employees than now? (more…)
Feeling like you’d like a little more consistency in your team-building activities?
It doesn’t mean you have to do away with the fun holiday parties or yearly cocktail events, but wouldn’t it be nice to have a work-related activity to look forward to on a monthly, weekly, or even daily basis? Not to mention that it would help strengthen your teams effectiveness too! (more…)
Feeling like you never have enough energy at work? These 5 tips will tell you how to start your work day right!
Most people in the corporate world can relate to the struggle of having an anxious and demanding boss. They’re moody, always asking you to do more, and seemingly unappreciative when the work is finally done. At this point, it’s easy to just give up on having any kind of relationship with your boss. We’d rather get by, get paid, and get out. Yet, the fact of the matter is that choosing to do this, closes many doors for you and your career. (more…)
It is often noted that the corporate world isn’t a place for emotional thinking or reasoning. Moreover, it is often said that emotional reasoning isn’t valid reasoning. Over and over again, people get caught in a whirlwind of rational and analytical corporate thought. Ultimately, these people fail because they address failure warning signs with, once again, rational reasoning. What they don’t realize, is that their demanding attitude toward rational thought and reasoning is what’s causing this failure. (more…)
Keep your team engaged and excited with these simple team-building games and activities, proven to work!
Do you ever feel like you’re wasting time at work? Or not getting the production results you should, given the amount of time you spend working? Truth is, as hard as one may work, struggling with sustained productivity is not uncommon in the workplace. People struggle with productivity for a number of different reasons, all the way from poor time-management to emotional distractions. Therefore, no matter what the reason behind your lack in production is, it’s important to know to help yourself to getting back on the right track. As a matter of fact, it’s not always about working harder, but learning how to work smarter for better results. (more…)
Too often I hear people complain about poor leadership at their jobs. Conversations on angry bosses, arrogant Vice Presidents, major mess-ups due to lack of communication, undefined responsibilities and so on, seem endless when it comes to the corporate world. Employees are constantly leaving their jobs due to messy systems of authority, only to end up right back where they started in their next job. This never-ending chase to find a company with quality leadership doesn’t sound like it should be hard to find. Yet, what many people in leadership roles unfortunately fail to see is that learning how to be a good leader, and stay a good leader, takes extra time and effort on a continual basis. (more…)