4 Ways to Stop Workplace Negativity In Its Tracks

  October 12, 2018

According to a study conducted by Harvard Business Review, 98% of employees have reported experiencing negativity in the workplace.* That means 2% of those surveyed simply must not be telling the truth. Honestly, who hasn’t experienced workplace negativity in some way or form? I know what you’re thinking – “This doesn’t happen at my organization.” … Continued

How to Deal When People Keep Interrupting You Mid-Task

  September 20, 2018

“Stop interrupting me while I am interrupting you.” – WINSTON CHURCHILL The above image is a GIF from the movie The Darkest Hour. Churchill was played by the amazing Gary Oldman. This quote is sometimes written as, “Don’t interrupt me while I’m interrupting you.” Click here to tweet this quote! I know everyone has had … Continued

The Multi-tasking Antidote: 4 Tips to Stay Focused

  August 9, 2018

“Multi-tasking is great in the kitchen when you are trying to time the chicken to be ready at the same time as the potatoes. But do not assume it is a great way to manage a workday.” – JOANNE TOMBRAKOS Author of It Takes An Egg Timer, A Guide to Creating the Time for Your … Continued

Time to Revise These 3 Training Lies [Fact vs Fiction]

  March 29, 2018

58% of managers reported they haven’t been given actual management training.* Yikes. Despite hiring candidates who would likely be great leaders, we aren’t taking the steps to train them on actually leading a team. This training gap gets costly. According to the Association for Talent Development, companies that offer comprehensive training programs have 218% higher … Continued

Are you like the world’s top 200 companies? We bet you are.

  March 1, 2015

Recently I read in INC magazine that the world’s top 200 companies lose 10% of their annual profits to managing complexity. Not overcoming, but managing. This doesn’t surprise us here at Success Trek. It’s not just the top 200 companies that struggle with this. It is one of the most common reasons organizations turn to … Continued