Content Marketing Articles
I started writing for Actionspace earlier in the year and just recently I’ve started to receive a contributing author credit at the end of my articles.
Actionspace is a Corporate Task Management Solution tailored to companies to bring a new level of efficiency. Their content marketing efforts are aimed and the HR industry and I’ve written the following articles for them.
Below are Title links that will take you to the Actionspace website to read the full article. A sneak peak each article is included below:
Your company can’t flourish if everyone is working in silos, but getting teams to work seamlessly together is harder than you think.
The key to success is making sure that your collaboration tools support the way people work. If you provide them with a streamlined solution, your chances of collaboration will increase.
By creating a positive experience during the hiring and on-boarding process, you’ll attract more engaged resources to your talent pool. During the interview process a potential employee knows the importance of first impressions, but it’s a two way street. The actions of your HR department are also being judged, and could deter the very talent you’re trying to attract.
In order to build a more efficient organisation we should be constantly looking at ways to reduce the number of meetings and still maintain a high level of communication and collaboration. Let’s have a look how teamwork tools can help us achieve this.
Although understanding your employee’s needs and developing their individual training plans is the most rewarding part of the process, you also need to track and maintain control over the activity.
Let’s take a look at the three key elements of efficient tracking a Training and Development plan and assess how a teamwork and collaboration tool can streamline the process.
New technology advancements bring a different perspective into the workplace, and none have had more impact than Social Media. It has invaded our personal lives and also changed the way organisations approach employee communication and collaboration.
The concept of flexible working hours has been around for many years and now that we’re working in the digital age there’s an increasing number of employees asking for more flexible work arrangements. If they’re not available, employees looking to maintain a healthy work-life balance willing to move to a company that does.
You’re part of your organization’s leadership team, and you know you should be focusing your attention and energy on making key decisions to grow the business and lead your team. But there never seems to be enough hours in the day, and at the end of the week you’re left wondering where the time went and feeling dissatisfied about what you’ve achieved.
By setting clear expectations and accountability, you can create a streamlined task management process for your company that focuses your employee’s efforts on delivery results.
Communication is a crucial part of effective organizations and the key elements to consider are Who, What, When, Why, and How. If you’re struggling to establish an effective communication flow within your company, maybe you should consider adopting a project management communication framework.
To be an effective leader you need to know how and when to delegate. Delegation frees up your availability to focus on your highest priorities, and also provides your team with the opportunity to learn new skills for professional development.
If you’re “doing”, you’re not leading. So don’t struggle with how to delegate projects or tasks effectively. Instead, just incorporate these five different elements into your process, and you will be able to develop the necessary skills to delegate like a leader.
Leadership, collaboration and communication are the three vital elements of building successful teams. As a team leader you’re responsible for setting the vision and motivating your team to achieve their goals, but without collaboration and communication your team will struggle to deliver. So how can you build an effective team that is set up to succeed?
At the beginning of every project there is usually a burst of activity as the team rushes to start crossing tasks off their list. While this momentum is commendable, if your team doesn’t have a plan in place it won’t be long before the project gets derailed and deadlines are missed.
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