Tag: "productivity"

Infographic: 6 Simple Ways to Avoid Burnout

Have you ever felt burnt out at a job? If so, you’re not alone. This infographic explores how to identify burnout and keep it from happening to you.

Infographic: How Handwriting Can Make You Smarter

Research has shown that writing things by hand can actually improve focus, increase critical thinking skills, and help you better understand new concepts and ideas. Find out more in this infographic

Infographic: Tips to Increase Productivity at Work

This infographic explores productivity at work. Productivity at work can help complete your tasks faster and also increase the likelihood of promotion.

Talent Management: Putting People First

Talent management is attracting a crowd. While usually delegated to HR, it is currently gaining visibility and sparking discussion about just what it encompasses, and who is best qualified to lead it.

Building the HR Business Case: Communicating the ROI of Coaching Culture

Over the past decade or more, there’s been a world-wide revolution as organizations large and small have taken a stand for coaching as a vital HR strategy and business driver.

Infographic: How to Promote a Positive Company Culture

This infographic details how a positive culture can help recruit and retain employees, promote productivity, and keep your business competitive.

Empathy 101: Why are Soft-Skills so Hard?

While neuroscience has had ripple effects across various fields of endeavour, one thing that has united them all is that we human beings are “wired to be social and empathetic.” Indeed, it is said that the brain is a social organ. If that is so, why are there managers, leaders and even some HR professionals who find it difficult to consistently access these traits—to provide a genuine and empathetic response—when it’s most needed at work? The answer to this arises from a complex set of factors for which neuroscience offers further explanation.

Coming (and Going) Careers in the Second Machine Age?

The world of work is being transformed as we enter a new phase of the “age of the machine.” With disruptive technologies pushing the frontiers of automation, some of the comparative advantages humans have traditionally enjoyed relative to technology are eroding.