Coordinating task management, communication, and business processes all together impacts workplace success, especially for Accounts Payable.
Are you exhausted by virtual meetings? So am I. So are many of us. Even CEOs are getting sick of virtual meetings. That’s because of all the ways these meetings fail to replicate natural conversational settings and strain our brains.
A few months ago, I wrote this blog post about the pandemic of burnout sweeping workplaces in the age of COVID-19. In that article, I cited a definition of burnout as unmanaged “chronic workplace stress,” but I didn’t really touch on other kinds of stress. This week, I want to address workplace stress outside the notion of burnout, in all its forms: the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Stress is high for leaders and their employees, so here is some guidance for how workplace leaders can best offer support for the working women on their teams during these times.
There are several facets of women’s challenges at work, in general and during the pandemic. The forces that combine to exacerbate the crisis originate at home, at work, and from the current circumstances, so in this post, I’ll address solutions working women can work towards in each sphere.
Setting goals is important and understanding how to set goals may be more so. Here is a list of important considerations. here is a list I’ve compiled of important considerations present across different models. Whether you’re a fan of SMART goals or FAST goals or any other kind, consider these major factors before you finalize your workplace goals.
Have you heard of growth mindset? The literature on success in the workplace is littered with references to this concept. In fact, this Forbes article not only labels the growth mindset an “essential” ingredient to success but also confidently asserts that “mindset is everything.” So what is growth mindset?
As the pandemic continues and many of us continue to work from home, our families have in some ways become our coworkers. While children are most likely playing the role of the annoying coworker who won’t stop interrupting your focus with their irrelevant commentary, that’s not the only way they can impact our work lives. There are actually many lessons to learn from children in our work.
A few weeks ago, I wrote about the powerful impact of grief on productivity. That got me thinking about how other emotions might affect productivity, and the one that most intrigued me was love. As it turns out, there’s tons of research on how love impacts productivity. What I found most interesting is that the effects vary widely, depending on what kind of love we’re talking about.