How to get your staff to produce results

May 20th, 2015
How to get your staff to produce results

Are you struggling to find ways to make your employees more productive? Do they seem distracted by Facebook and not committed to their job or your company? In today’s social media saturated world, it may seem difficult to keep your employees focused.

5 ways to stay productive in a power outage

May 6th, 2015
5 ways to stay productive in a power outage

Power outages can be a most unpleasant surprise, especially when you’re in the middle of an important task with your clients via Skype or using the Internet to assist in your daily business activities. With that in mind, what can you do when you’re facing a power outage for hours? You can hardly loiter around waiting for it to come back – the longer your business stays offline, the more trust you lose from your clients.

Ditch these 5 habits to boost productivity

April 22nd, 2015
Ditch these 5 habits to boost productivity

Do you ever feel as if your “to do” list is never ending? Do you spend your days trying to keep pace? If you’re constantly feeling worn out at work and ever ineffective, there may be deeper problems at play than a long, bulky to do list. We’re talking about habits.

Gain more productivity from your technology

April 8th, 2015
Gain more productivity from your technology

Every day it seems like there’s some new revolutionary technology, app, or update released that’s touted as the answer to our productivity woes. And while technology sure can solve a lot of problems, does it always make our jobs easier? If you take a moment to think seriously about this, you’ll likely agree that technology can sometimes actually be a hindrance.

Get more done in meetings with Do.com

March 25th, 2015
Get more done in meetings with Do.com

Are your corporate meetings the hotbed of productivity and decision making that they should be? Probably not. Of the billions of meetings held in organizations around the world each year, too many are slow, lacking pace and without focus – and, in truth, plenty of those meetings probably don’t even need to be held in the first place.

Tips to make your email subjects productive

March 3rd, 2015
Tips to make your email subjects productive

For many of us, email is the bane of our lives. We spend too long slaving over our inboxes, desperate to empty it but seemingly forever staring at a bottomless pit. This long list of requests, information and updates is the ultimate distraction from our real work – and not all of it is even applicable to us.

How to boost productivity with your tablet

February 17th, 2015
How to boost productivity with your tablet

Increasing productivity is one of the most crucial goals for small businesses, and this is where technology comes in. Tablets are merely leisure tools in the eyes of many users, good for games and movies but not much else. But actually these can be valuable productive tools in the office, too.

4 ways technology can foster productivity

January 30th, 2015
4 ways technology can foster productivity

We all know technology is evolving rapidly – at times it can feel like software companies release a new update each week. It can be exhausting to keep up. But when it comes to business, technology is either helping your company to succeed or holding it back from doing better things.

Email 101: PAR structure

December 12th, 2014
Email 101: PAR structure

When first introduced, email was viewed simply as an electronic version of memos and business letters, and were usually formatted thus. Over time, email has become much more informal, leading to a more natural form of communication. While this is great, there can be times when emails come across as unstructured and unclear, leading to frustration and even a loss of productivity.

What is pre-drafting emails?

November 12th, 2014
What is pre-drafting emails?

As a business owner, you probably send out emails pretty regularly. Some of these emails are likely to colleagues who will then send a message to a third party on your behalf. This inevitably entails going back-and-forth between you and your employee.