Effective communication is an essential part of running a successful business. Communication – both internal and external – enables smooth operations, increases effectiveness and efficiency, and helps to avoid catastrophes.
Keeping things neat and tidy around the office is one of the keys to running a productive business. But, unfortunately, in many cases, this same sense of pride in place doesn’t seem to extend to email inboxes. Messages pile up endlessly – especially when you get hundreds each day – and they just seem to never go away.
With all of the recent interest in Yahoo’s much-publicized decision to revoke remote working privileges, we thought it’d be a good idea to take a look at who these mobile workers are and how they work in today’s modern business climate.
The results might surprise you. For example, did you know that over 75% of employees who work from home earn more than $65,000 per year? Or that the world’s mobile workforce is estimated to represent as much as 37% of the world’s total population by the year 2015?
Making the most out of what you have is one of the best things a business owner can learn to do – and, unsurprisingly, increasing the productivity of current employees falls under these words of wisdom.
Running a business isn’t for everyone, given the challenges associated with balancing both a personal life and professional life that’s full of seemingly-neverending “to do” items.
The very thought of giving employees paid time to work on anything they want – or even nothing at all – is enough to make most business owners cringe. But should it? This phenomenon, which is sweeping across corporate America, stems from Google’s pioneering program known as “20% Time.”
Are you struggling to find your focus within your field? Having trouble determining how to best move up the corporate ladder within your organization? No matter what your unique needs are, a business mentor may be able to help!
Anyone who’s ever tried to accomplish a goal – whether to grow a business, lose weight or achieve some other purpose – knows how difficult it can be to stay motivated. While you might start out excited, the struggle of working towards a larger goal day-in and day-out can take a serious toll on your mood and energy levels.
Highly successful people stand apart from the rest. They rise to the top as others take notice that they get the job done. They’re often the first ones to be recognized with promotions, awards and other expressions of corporate gratitude. But why? Well, it’s simple, really. Highly successful people are more effective than most other workers.