By Leo Babauta. If you're like me, you're always looking for the perfect productivity system. Unfortunately, it doesn't exist. The problem isn't with the productivity system — the problem is that none of them can solve a few really important (and related) problems:.
Once people become managers, their communication and organizational skills
are weighted more heavily than simple productivity. The work is too big for
one person to accomplish at that point. Managers must be able to steer the
more complex initiatives with many moving parts.
Whether you're a newly qualified teacher or have been moulding the young minds of our future for years, supply teaching can seem like a different entity; an unknown beast with new challenges. Whilst supply teaching does come with its own challenges it also comes with some great benefits.
When you’re a small- or medium-sized business, you typically have less manpower to get all your work done. This means you need all your employees to be as productive as possible to make sure you meet all your quarterly goals. Here are some tips and tools to write into office law to help your employees …