Many employers are being asked to stay home with many companies looking for ways to reduce the spread of the COVID-19. Twitter has asked it’s employee workforce of 5000 people to work from home, for example.
We’ve all heard it when a speaker ends their presentation.
Most companies are being forced to adapt and make shifts due to the coronavirus. How you communicate, both internally and externally, can make or break your business. Especially during these sensitive times.
Swearing in the workplace is still seen as a nonstarter. In fact, a survey in 2015 found that swearing “brings an employee’s professionalism into question” by 81% of employees.
The ability to persuade people is a necessity to be successful. Persuading is not manipulating or pressuring others. It’s describing the benefits and logic of an idea that gets people on board and in agreement. It’s the essential skill to bring people to your side, whether they’re fellow team members, employees, or potential customers.
Procrastination isn’t actually a sign of laziness. It’s a stress response. And the first step to overcoming procrastination is to realize that it’s not a reflection of your attitude, your ability, or your work ethic. It’s a normal response to feeling overwhelmed and stressed out.