Working in an office is a way different environment than working at home. Colleagues around, with systems and the time arrangements, makes life easy in the office. But, during WFH, maintaining office work with household chores for both men and women has become a challenging task which leads to less productivity. So setting up all the things like an office at home for more productivity, you can follow up below-mentioned points: Read More
In the last edition of this series of the article, we discussed 3 levels of the work from home. In today’s session, we are going to read about the rest of the levels that we need to put some light on to improve this norm and make our days more productive than before. So let’s have a revision first.
We first learned about unintentional action where companies do not make their intentional contribution to the WFH practice. Employees use their system and will work remotely with their personal resources.
Then comes the second one that is making a virtual office. It is the level where companies start to invest in the practice.
The third one is where an environment of shared understanding is developed using tools that enables you to stay updated with the latest work. Read More
A leader can be a boss but a boss can never be a leader. Although many people think that the two terms a boss and a leader is the same thing but they are definitely not interchangeable and vastly differs from each other. If you want to know that in which boat do you stand, honestly answer these two questions in Yes and No.
- Do you see your team members as a necessary part that you have to join up with in order to achieve your goals and accomplish your dream? Or,
- Do you genuinely enjoy working with your team and rely on the people to meet your goals?
If you have raised your voice for the first question you’re probably more into the term “Boss” and if the second point counted you out then you’re someone who can be termed as a “Leader.”
If you’re really confused about being a leader or a boss then I have few examples which will help you in determining that in which category do you stand. Read More
There is a slight difference between being a specialist and being an expert. If you’re an expert you can do many things right but if you’re a specialist you can do one single thing as perfect as no one can. Here are 4 ideas for you to help you out and tackle this confusion.
1. Niche Down Your Expertise
Being only an expert is not enough to be a complete expert. All you have to do is niche down like an expert. We are we humans, right? And we can do 5 things at a time! But we choose to do. Because we want to become an expert.
Is this the real meaning of achieving expertise? Of course not,we run to become a general expert. A person who can do everything as better as perfect. But this is not a real expert is. Read More
Every one want to improve their productivity at home or at work. There are two ways increase your output– either put in more hours or work smarter. Productivity is the combination of planning and efforts. Staying productive in life can be a challenge for people or marketers.
But we can learn some productivity lessons from Little kids! Yes, you heard right.. Kids with cuteness and pure heart can teach us how to be more productive! Read More