If your managers’ spans of control aren’t sustainable, it may begin to show as burnout. In this blog, we’ll show you how to adjust the span of control so they can bounce back quickly!
Performance reviews require you to use succinct, precise, yet diplomatic language. Stay tuned for five perfectly balanced performance review examples — learn from them and borrow some ideas!
Thinking about steering your team in a new direction by adopting a sustainable productivity mindset? You’re in the right place. Coach your teams effectively with these counterintuitive habits and get tips on how tools to monitor team performance can help.
Discover how employee productivity tracking can help drive a slow productivity mindset in your organization. Learn how to set the foundation for slow productivity within your teams.
Behind seemingly high-levels of employee engagement can lurk an unseen monster; employee burnout. Economic insecurity is driven by fear and uncertainty, and though engagement may appear high, employee well-being is often found lacking. Discover how you can prevent burnout with purpose-driven engagement in your workplace.
Being the perfect manager isn’t always easy. Management comes with its own set of unique challenges that they need to navigate through. A good manager has the power to boost overall job satisfaction and boost employee output through their management techniques. After all, management is efficiency in climbing the ladder of success. To help you join the ranks of better and more efficient management, try to keep these seven productivity boosting methods in mind.
The cost of burnout on employee well-being as well as the company and even GDP is staggering. Find out what your organization can do to prevent burnout in the workplace, and discover how software used to monitor employees can help.
When it comes to employee engagement, the thinking is typically that more is better. However, during the pandemic, employee engagement levels and employee well-being began to go in opposite directions. Read on to discover how too much engagement can be just as detrimental to employee well-being as too little - and what to do about it.