On a recent Facebook post someone asked me the following question: “Can you please comment on The Carnivore Diet I hear so many good things about it.” So, what is The Carnivore Diet? According to many internet sources...
Whether your workplace is a brick-and-mortar building or a virtual space, it can contribute to employee stress in a number of ways. This can impact your team’s productivity and your overall bottom line.
Helping your employees stay motivated and productive is critical to the success of your organization in 2020. As a manager, team members look to you for leadership. Here are some simple but effective ways to motivate your employees to excel.
We’ve all seen the 2015 TED talk video of Bill Gates predicting our current state of affairs. And subsequently, we’ve all been listening very closely to Bill in his new role as C19 pandemic data-scientist. So, when Gates appeared on national tv last week to give a pandemic assessment update - I put down what I was doing.
Before the pandemic, many businesses found out that working remotely was an effec-tive way to cut costs and provide their employees with a better life-work balance. While many companies were unprepared for a pandemic, the best leaders quickly adapted, changing the roles of their employees and the way they run their business. Many com-panies were forced to ask anyone who could work from home to do so.
During a global pandemic, it can be difficult to inspire and lead employees. While everyone has anxiety and there’s uncertainty in every sector, it’s important now more than ever that employers put the needs and expectations of their employees first. Luckily, there’s no need to reinvent the wheel and start from scratch. If leaders can find a way to continue to engage their employees and find a clear way forward, businesses can remain resilient even now.