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How much are bad time-management habits and distractions costing your organization? Check out this infographic created by SurePayroll to gain insight on productivity problems that could be plaguing your new team. Then learn what you can do to improve both your personal productivity and the productivity of your employees.
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The quote to the right couldn’t be more true. While it is spot on for everyone, it is especially true for leaders. Some (relatively small) percentage of the population is naturally inclined to plan, but most of us just aren’t. So people’s (including yours and your employees’) first inclination in the face of a new project or challenge is to jump right in […][READ MORE]
Creative Disruption has long been used in the marketing world to break existing patterns of behavior of a target audience, and smart CEO’s are now using this technique to change the pattern of behavior in their leaders. National business consultant Lorraine Grubbs along with CEO Frank Granara of Boston-based General Insulation recently used creative disruption […]
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