Oil rig workers, executive management teams, production line managers, all need to find ways to manage a day better, and find more time for tasks and leadership functions. Recent research done by WebTorials finds that 70% of a typical employee’s day is spent communicating with other humans. Seems like honing interpesonal skills might reap significant rewards! Click through to find out more.
Performance reviews are only effective if the review process is continuous. One annual, HR-mandated official review is a useless exercise unless it merely the capstone of a year-long process of feedback and development. July is a great time to start that ongoing process. Let's explore a few ways to get started.
A recent study found that professional people prefer e-mail communications to in-person conversations. Why would they find e-mails more efficient than actual conversations with collaborators? Let's explore a few possible reasons why.
May is a month of renewed energy and revived projects. Make the most of early dawns and longer evenings. Tap into that Spring energy at work with collaborators. It is a time of great creativity! How best to do it? We have a few ideas you can click into.
It is time to schedule your Spring team outing. Bonding is critical for unleashing every team member’s full contribution, to maximize team performance. The best bonding happens outside of the stress and hustle of the workplace.
TTI Success Insights put on a great conference in January, exploring advances in brain science that are continually improving our ability to understand our own habits and biases, and how to control and change them to improve leadership outcomes.
Make the last two months of 2016 more productive - Invest the time to get all employees on the same page to start November, with aligned priorities and a well-balanced mix of work and holiday cheer. What specific steps can you take to get this done? We have a few ideas that could help.
n every season, flowers bloom. The bees need that to sustain their productivity until they go dormant for winter. Unlike bees, you and your team probably took time off over the summer to rest and recalibrate. You can apply the energy and recommitment you gained over the summer to make the most of your Fall work season. Click through for some ideas on how to do that.
Brooke Bovo and Kris Hermes of Bovo-Tighe were invited to run a session at the 2015 OPITO Safety and Competence Conference in Abu Dhabi. Their topic: Best practices for structuring HUET programs to work with, rather than against, the human psyche. For more details, click through to an event summary on our blog.