Links to four articles about managing your time, shortening your emails, drawing in PowerPoint, and how to hate your job.
If you want to increase your productivity, do more of what works, do less of what doesn’t work, start doing what works, and stop doing what doesn’t work.
Links to four articles on public speaking, group trust, motivation, and collaboration.
January 2011 links to six articles on various personal development topics.
A story about two teams who were given the same goal. One team failed; the other one succeeded. Why? Investing time in team building pays off.
You could get so much more done at work if you could just eliminate the distractions around you. If you can’t remove them remove you. Either leave your desk or leave the building to eliminate people distractions and get more time for yourself.
What if I told you there’s a simple way to be more productive at work? A way that takes just a few minutes to learn. A way with zero overhead, so you can just do it every day. Are you interested?
The way is to use your prime time more effectively. Identify your prime time of the day, and then invest that time by working on your vital and toughest tasks. You’ll achieve more of what matters. If you like the results you get, you can even extend your prime time hours.
Look at the advantages and disadvantages of e-learning, so you can decide when it’s the right solution to improve performance at work.