Time is our most precious commodity. We must fight to protect it, invest to compound it and concentrate to make it matter. If you’re anything like me, you are always on a relentless pursuit to do more with less. I hope this guest post gives you a new perspective to do just that with your most precious commodity.
Tips To A Happier Work Life: Time Mangers vs. Time Makers
In the working world, a few mathematical statements tend to hold true: time equals productivity, and productivity equals profitability. On the other hand, there are some additional equivalencies that cannot be ignored: a time crunch equals stress, and negative stress has a directly inverse relationship to productivity. So, how does a person who strives to be a happy worker manage that fine balance between timeliness, productivity, and stress? Read more
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In this episode of the Next Generation Catalyst Podcast, we interview John Lee Dumas and we discuss how to kick butt in entrepreneurship, launch a podcast and how to get your productivity soaring.
“To attract and retain talent, business needs to show Millennials it is innovative and in tune with their world-view.” ~Barry Salzberg, CEO Deloitte Touch Tohmatsu Limited
By 2025, Millennials will comprise of 75% of the global workforce. A vast majority of these Millennials want to work for organizations that foster innovative thinking, develop their skills, and make a positive contribution to society. More than previous generations, Millennials are ready to work independently if their needs go unmet by a traditional organization. The businesses up for the challenge of meeting these higher expectations will have the prospect of developing innovative products and services that benefit society, while attracting the most talented next generation workers.
This is the end of a trilogy of posts geared towards helping you connect with Millennials in the workplace. 32 recruiting tactics, 30 retaining tactics and now 24 rewarding tactics and ideas to aid you in leveraging the raw potential of your next generation leaders.
There is no denying that the Millennials are an instant gratification generation (but aren’t we all these days?). We cannot fault the Millennials for this because it is culture, technology, and today’s hyper-connectivity that has accelerated their appetite for instant everything.