Title:New Goals For A More Productive You In 2018
Type of article:Insights/Blog

Bouncing back to work after the new year celebrations, a fresh new year to look ahead to.  Another new year with renewed hope, beginnings and resolutions. New goals to improve personally as an individual whether it is fitness regimes or stronger relationships. 

A major part of our day is spent at our workplaces, and so our resolutions should focus on professional growth too. Our work culture directly affects our productivity at work and indirectly has a major impact on our work-life balance. 

Everyone has an extra ounce of enthusiasm to start anew as the year begins, a good time to get everyone onboard for newer initiatives and get rid of the older ways. Here are some workplace resolutions to get you started right away!

Take a productive leap!

Take it one step at a time, introduce alternatives to the old ways of collaborating and learning  new tools for better. Looking back to the way we worked a decade back, we have come a long way today where we have a plethora of productivity tools available to make our work easier and faster, all you need is the motivation and determination to get started. Past the  learning phase, you will definitely reap the benefits of the tool.

The timeliness factor

Focus on the timeliness factor, wherein you achieve targets in shorter time spans allowing time for personal activities and for  friends and family. Not only would you be achieving your work goals but also investing time for personal resolutions. 

Achieve as a team 

A synchronised team not only works faster towards its goals but brings forth more productivity and work satisfaction. Clearly defining workflow processes, individual goals and dependencies, deadlines at both individual and team level, and most importantly communicating all decisions and tasks on a common platform with accessibility to all. A shout out to team achievements! 

Give that little gesture of appreciation

A like, share, follow for a post or article goes a long way in not just showing appreciation but in motivating a person to keep up the good work. It might be a blog post, a research based article or simply a joke that made you smile, go ahead and show appreciation. All it takes is a click of a button!