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Happy Woo Year!

A new year means a fresh start for both managers and employees, however it’s often difficult to generate immediate focus for a workplace after the Christmas holiday break.

Here are some effective strategies that can engage a workplace to kick-start the new year:

  • Setting short and long-term SMART (Simple, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Timely) goals for each individual employee
  • Establishing new teams of employees to build new, positive and productive working relationships.
  • Incorporating personalized recognition into business culture on a regular basis

Communication is a central aspect to the success of these strategies. By building strong working relationships between all levels of a company hierarchy; productive business culture can be effectively established, promoted and maintained.

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Utilize WooBoard; an employee recognition platform that assists in building productive workplace culture through a fun, simple and accessible platform that allows for positive feedback and praise to take place consistently, between all levels of a company hierarchy
Go to WooBoard.com
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One thought on “What’s Your New Year’s Resolution: Utilizing Measurable Organizational Value to Boost Productivity

  1. Yna says:

    It’s very difficult to motivate yourself to work if you’re still on that holiday mind set, especially if you work from home. It’s just very tempting to procrastinate with all the distractions around and with little supervision from your boss.
    Aside from those helpful tips, the one thing that keeps us motivated and helps us avoid distractions is by using http://www.timedoctor.com/.

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