Episode 4: David Cote David Cote is the legendary business executive and former chairman and CEO of Honeywell and now executive chairman of Vertiv Holdings. During his time, Honeywell shares rose 282%, more than double
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I am sure all of us are familiar with the term ‘recurring meetings'. Imagine if there were no recurring meetings and if we had to intentionally set up a new meeting each time.
A large percentage of your team is likely less focused on their job and heavily engaged in the pursuit of something better. This negatively impacts productivity and drives up employee turnover cost -- two factors that damage the bottom-line. However, you can go on the offensive against this job-hopping headwind with a few simple actions, retain your top talent, and increase their productivity.
According to the US Gallup Job Creation Index, job creation is at a nine-year year high. While some employees are toasting their abundant job opportunities, business owners suffer tighter hiring markets and higher turnover. High turnover can quickly damage your company's bottom-line through increased hiring costs and lost employee productivity. The good news is that you can reduce and even avoid much of the impact by adopting a few important strategies.
You can increase your success in life by improving how you set and manage deadlines. They can also give you a significant advantage in a world where many people ignore their importance. The best part though is it doesn’t take much effort to develop an approach to deadlines that works well.
Research, according to the Harvard Business Review, shows that simple reflection exercises like this can boost your productivity by 20%. Sometimes people are surprised, but one of the coaching strategies that’s very effective is to help them reflect on their performance.