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Balancing our work responsibilities along with our personal ones is difficult – which is why many of us rush into work, and toil away until the second we can run out to pick up the kids, cook dinner and focus on whatever else needs our attention. In this chaos, many Britons don’t even take a [&he...
If you are like most professionals, you likely wake up every morning, checking your to-do list to see what requires your attention. Without this piece of paper or digital document, not many of us would know what to turn to first, and would be utterly lost amongst all of our professional and personal resp...
There are many reasons that teleconferencing is becoming more popular in the United Kingdom. First, working remotely is increasing every single year, so managers have to connect with their employees around the globe to check in and plan ahead. Second, conducting virtual meetings with clients or other fra...
Time Management
‘There isn’t enough time in the day’ is probably in the top three most used clichés by management globally. There probably is enough time in the day – it’s more than likely that you are not making the best use of your time. Here are 7 quick and efficient ways to ensure that you improve [&helli...
Time Management
One of the most common questions in the corporate world is how to maximise employee productivity. With the world at our fingertips, remaining productive and on task can be challenging for some individuals. Fortunately, there are many strategies available to decrease distractions and improve motivation. O...
Time Management
I write a lot of blogs and the simple fact is that thinking about what to write takes far more time than actually getting the blog written. How long have you spent ‘thinking’ about making a phone call compared with how long the phone call actually took? The answer of course is dependent upon the [&he...
Time Management
BBC News reporter Emily Young is in Davos covering the World Economic Forum and I came across this interesting piece for the BBC News website. She got access to a session run by a behavioural economist (whatever one of those is?) where it soon became clear that time management is an obsession. We are all...