In a work force, where your badge of honor is based upon the hours you work instead of how much you actually get done, asking for a vacation can seem like you are not dedicated to the job or aren’t as ambitious as others in the company.
Robert Herjavec is the founder of Herjavec Group, a global information security firm that helps enterprises protect themselves against cyber threats. He is also an author that offers business advice through his books, Driven and The Will To Win, and helps entrepreneurs through ABC’s Shark Tank. Clearly, he’s pretty efficient. He’s decided to share some of the the tips that keep him so efficient with readers of Fortune. Below are the highlights.
In today’s hyperconnected world, there are endless ways we can communicate with team members or coworkers that work remotely.
To ensure maximum productivity with minimal effort, Laura Stack, a productivity pro, recommends taking the following 7 measures to stay connected and productive.
Picking the right music for the workday takes a bit of thought. It requires sounds that will energize you, keep you focused and create the right mood for creativity and work. According to recent research from the University of North Florida, nature sounds are what we should be listening to while working.
In today’s world, most people can virtually work from anywhere with a computer or mobile device and internet access. We are constantly connected. Does this help or hinder productivity?