Replacing employees is a pain in the butt and good ones can be difficult to find. It’s in your best interest to retain good talent and encourage them to be loyal to your organisation. So how do you cultivate that loyalty among your staff? Giving them more control over how they work is one solution. Here’s how.
This week’s KIQ is a little bit sweet. It’s also a question from an executive who works at Google.
If you’ve ever scoffed at a colleague’s messy desk, it should come as no surprise that clutter at work can invite shame. But a lot of us think about clutter in the wrong way. It’s not all bad and the neural processes that make it a problem don’t begin or end at our desks. Here’s what science says about clutter’s effect on our brain and how to manage it.
As children we spent our days imagining we were superheroes destined to save the planet with our special powers, or planning how to build spaceships to Mars. The world was filled with infinite possibilities and no problem was too grand we couldn’t solve it with a little ingenuity and a whole lot of imagination.
There are times in our lives when something big happens and you just can’t help being late to work. Most workplaces are fairly understanding, but when you’re regularly tardy, it could damage your professional reputation. We drill down on exactly how being late can impact your career and discuss steps you can take to fix your chronic tardiness.
In this week’s KIQ,we want you to picture yourself rolling around in cash and then think about what business you would start with that money.