With governments across the globe implementing lock-downs to slow the spread of COVID-19, we’ve put together a checklist for your remote working setup. These essentials will provide everything you need to be productive and motivated while staying safe at home.
No matter what job you do, the glue that holds the working day together is the interactions you have with colleagues and clients. Yet the art of conversation is very rarely the focus of training sessions. The good news is that anyone can become an expert at office conversation with a bit of practice and focus on few key principles.
Communication truly is an art form that requires skill and experience to master. Improving communications, and therefore conversation skills can be a catalyst to finding success in many areas of your life. Just imagine nailing that job interview or impressing your colleagues in the next meeting. Being an effective communicator can bring advantages in more ways than you can imagine. Read More
With deadlines, targets and ever-growing to-do lists, you may feel like there isn’t enough time in the day! And you wouldn’t be alone, in one survey, 80 percent of working adults wished that they had more time to spend with their friends and family. Read More
To get the most out of your sales team and drive them towards achieving improved results you will need to measure their performance. Sales management dashboards have long been the go-to for monitoring high-level performance. They allow you to filter down data, highlighting only the key elements that provide valuable insight into a team’s success. Read More
At a glance, the way we communicate in the modern day can seem incredibly complicated. Having a good understanding of the communications landscape is paramount to engaging customers effectively, collaborating with team members, and having meaningful relationships with friends and family.
With new technology moving at an astonishing pace, future innovations could help to unify communication and bring back personal connections or, they could further complicate and divide our already fragmented systems.