At our recent GovUp, we heard from productivity coach Amy Kelly. Kelly took the stress out of productivity goals by outlining a five-step model to what she calls “powerful productivity”. That’s productivity that not only achieves efficiency goals but also helps individuals stay engaged and encouraged with their work.
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When facing extremely negative circumstances, your ability to make a difference can seem inadequate. This resulting sense of helplessness can cause you to freeze up and do nothing. Don’t give up. There are actions you can take so you don’t feel so helpless.
What kind of procrastinator are you? By understanding yourself, you can learn how to increase your own productivity.
As monotonous as slow days may seem, there are several ways you can use those periods to advance your professional development.
Are you ready to do your coworkers, friends, and yourself a favor by replying to emails on Email Debt Forgiveness Day?
Learn how you can reframe the challenges you face as opportunities.
We live in a world bursting at the seams with MORE—more information, more tasks, more requirements, more pressures. The trouble is, in our quest for more, we often end up with less. Here are five common things we do to get ahead, which are actually holding us back.
Working with your team to increase productivity is vital at any point in time, but becomes even more important when you know that, for at least a period of time, you likely won’t have any new members to add to your team.
Kanban boards are a time-tested visual productivity tool to plan your work and communicate more effectively with your manager.
Constantly checking email seems like a harmless habit, but it can become toxic to our focus and productivity. Here we’ll cover some of the mechanisms that make email so consuming, and how to build habits to make it a more productive tool.