The world of work has changed rapidly over the last 20 years, but despite this, our way of working hasn’t kept up. With the increasing use of technology, we’re working longer and harder than ever before and finding it harder to concentrate on one task at a time. Jane Piper shares 35 tips to help you focus more and work less.
Focus your teams to improve productivity and performance in this age of distraction. Workshops where small changes have a big impact.Read more
Focus on transforming your organisational culture to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing world. Develop a culture, leadership and teams that allow your people to focus and perform at their best.Read more
Focus on what you really want out of your career. Clarify your direction and priorities for work and life. Learn new skills and strategies to deal with the challenges of a demanding professional career.Read more
DEALING TO DISTRACTION
The Financial Services industry has received the dubious honour of being UK’s most stressed industry.
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING BUSY
Ask anyone these days
and they’ll say they’re busy,
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posted by: JANE PIPER – MAY 8, 2020
COVID-19: Anxiety is Viral
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Anxiety has gone viral and social media is the contagion. From 5G conspiracy theories to doomsday cults predicting the end of the world, the coronavirus pandemic has also bought a pandemic of fake news. Some is clearly fake and we can laugh it off (heard the one about drinking cow urine?). Other news is less clear such as medical advice from (unnamed) doctors making false claims
posted by: JANE PIPER – MARCH 29, 2020
COVID-19: 4 ways to work productively from home
With coronavirus, home office is the new reality for swathes of office workers for the next few weeks or even months. And while most people have enjoyed the occasional day working from home as a respite from the office, permanent home office brings new challenges for focus and productivity.
It’s five years since I started working permanent from my home office. Previously, going to the office