Burned-Out Employees? Check Your Business

Embed from Getty Images     Companies that experience high rates of burnout in their employees need to face the fact that it is probably an organizational level problem rather than indicative of the people involved The common reasons for burnout are excessive collaboration, weak time management disciplines, and overloading even your most capable employees…

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Optimize Your Process for Continual Improvement

KaiNexus’ Greg Jacobson introduces us to process control charts to optimize your manufacturing processes and outcomes. Here are my key insights from his piece. Embed from Getty Images   Use process control charts (graphs or charts that relay process or management data as part of a time-ordered sequence) to monitor your process mean (the center…

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More Than Just a Great Drink

The National Coffee Association’s Kyra Auffermann reveals the results of UK studies which show the protective effects of coffee. Read on for more information from her piece. Embed from Getty Images   Research now shows that as well as being a tasty beverage, coffee’s health benefits now stretch to drastically reducing a drinker’s risk of…

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Start out Strong to Win

Bronwyn Ritchie explains how to get your presentation started the right way for her Pivotal Public Speaking blog. See my top takeaways from the article underneath. Embed from Getty Images     It’s crucial to nail the opening of your presentation, if you don’t grab your audience’s attention in those first few seconds you may…

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Smart Thinking On Investing – July 28

Smart Thinking On Investing – July 28 Heading up Smart Thinking this week, Ms. Financier of The Feminist Financier blog reveals her mortgage money mistakes. Four Pillar Freedom writer Zach examines the savings rate we need to reach Financial Independence. And The Millenial Money Man explains what would happen if we started teaching financial education…

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