Coworkering is a great option for solopreneurs and even small startup teams who are looking for a collaborative work environment. Sharing a workspace with people from different fields and specialties is a growing trend, and there’s a good reason for it. The infographic below from Premier Business Centers takes a deeper look at coworking.
Employee engagement is important for any company, small or large, to thrive. Disengaged employees will be less motivated to perform well and it will ultimately show in the work they produce. But an engaged employee will put their all into their work and feel connected to the company’s goals. The infographic below from OfficeVibe displays some shocking statistics about employee engagement.
More and more people have turned to telecommuting as a means of maintaining a job while enjoying the flexibility of working outside of the office. However, others feel that this trend takes away from collaboration and employee engagement. So, is telework the future of the workforce? The infographic below from Staff.com explores the answer.
Management styles are changing pretty drastically. Instead of sticking with the typical hierarchy, workplaces are following circular or flow chart models, which better empower leadership among employees. The infographic below from Top Management Degrees outlines a few of the many ways management styles have been changing.
There are some life lessons that are timeless. They were taught to us by older generations and we are likely to continue the tradition and teach these same lessons to younger generations. The holds true for productivity lessons. The infographic below from project management software Wrike provides a few timeless productivity lessons.
Many companies are moving away from the traditional tiered hierarchy to something more befitting of a work environment that empowers each employee to be a leader. A holacracy removes work titles and focuses on work roles — by concentrating only on how to provide the best product or service possible. The infographic below from Top Management Degrees looks at the benefits of having a holacracy in the workplace.
It takes a certain type of person to build and run a successful business. Many entrepreneurs tend to have similar personality traits, which allow them to be driven and self-motivated enough to work often excruciating long hours and innovative enough to come up with unique ideas. The infographic below from Digital Information World outlines the 5 common traits of successful entrepreneurs.
Employee engagement is important for any business to succeed. Not only does it help create a sense of community within the workplace, it gives employees a sense of motivation which ultimately leads to higher levels of productivity. The infographic below looks at 10 ways any business can build better employee engagement.
Work is stressful. A slew of studies will tell you the same thing, but most of us already know this to be true. Even if you have your dream job, it will still cause some sense of stress in your life and the life of your employees. The infographic below from Column Five outlines the signs of an overworked employee.