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Businesses today are too preoccupied with measuring workplace productivity by managing people's time and evaluating their performance. However, this fixation often detracts from understanding customer needs and delivering quality outcomes.
 


Are you tired of feeling stressed, missing important deadlines and having the feeling that you are underperforming at work? Managing your time effectively can improve your productivity at work and ensure you meet those fast-approaching deadlines. 
 


Your team may be lacking energy and perhaps you're looking to increase their motivation and productivity. This is not done by giving your staff energy drinks first thing in the morning. Contrary to popular belief, Red Bull doesn't give you actual wings and no, you will not be able to fly through the work day keeping everything intact.


A diverse group of people mixed within the workplace is bound to stir up some interesting issues. Creating a workplace where there is a positive culture of tolerance is the key to harnessing the competitive edge a diverse workforce gives the business.


Focusing in the office has long been difficult, especially since companies became evangelical about knocking down walls in the name of open plan collaboration and lowering costs. But now, after nearly two years at home for many people, the return can feel almost designed to undermine your productivity.

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