3 Ways To Replace A Member Of Your Team

A career resolution is exactly what it sounds like: a resolution for your career intended to help you grow into a better professional. At Work It Daily, we believe that you need to work on your career every day (yes, you do, in fact, need to “work it daily”). So, everyone should make a career

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How To Appreciate Your Team Members

Is the Great Resignation (and/or quiet quitting) still happening? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, over four million workers have quit every month, creating an average employee turnover rate of ~47%, so the answer is yes. Some individuals are burnt out or looking for security or more money, but many just want to be

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Monday.com: Project Management Made Easy

A professional colleague told me that when people replace existing technology, either they are looking for a solution that does more for the same price that they are already paying, or for something that does the same as their current solution, but for a lower price. Since everybody’s computer already has a spreadsheet application on

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3 Stand-Out Capabilities You Need In Every Team

One of the biggest issues in managing large, complex, or high-profile pieces of work including change and transformation projects is that you have to continually be on the lookout for, what I will call, half-baked problems or early warning signals that indicate challenges may be on their way—this while simultaneously leading, building, and delivering what

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3 Tips When Creating Your Next Organizational or Corporate Team

“Try these three tips when creating your next organizational or corporate team,” says Catherine Mattiske, “and leave the frustration behind for good!” Groupthink Stinks. Don’t Hire People Like Yourself – Ever! —  “Groupthink” occurs when group members feel forced to agree on a plan of action rather than provide constructive criticism, competing perspectives, or their

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