The general rule of great delegators is to push decision-making authority to the lowest level possible within an organization. Reason being, that is where the best information lives to inform that decision. However, real life is not so simple.
The first step that needs to be taken to become less busy is also the biggest hurdle we have to overcome.
It is critically important to focus on building or maintaining high resilience during uncertain times. Here are some tips on how you can enhance your resilience during challenging periods.
Before you start another grant application, consider the following points that may help you to choose the right grant for your needs.
Remember when teachers assigned so much reading we forgot how to do it for fun? Research from Brookings shows that when students are assigned too much homework, it affects their success in the future. Reading is an escape away from the present, allowing you to explore more possibilities. When we are preoccupied with stiff assignments,Read… Read more »
Self-assessment about your professional strengths and weaknesses not only makes you a sharper employee, it can also leave you feeling more fulfilled by the work you’re doing.
The PIF program is also a chance for the government to educate the private sector and public about the importance of federal research, which has spawned watershed technologies.
Awareness of when and how cognitive biases impact us is paramount to staving off our ever-present lazy brain.
Check out four cost effective ways to build a learning culture in your organization.
I like to believe that when we put all the drama and toxicity of workplace gossip aside, everyone has the potential to prosper. However, we have to work to fully expose the potential and both supervisor and employee have to willingly address the bad habits.