multitasking

Os atrasos do costume

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«Nobody likes to be late. It’s stressful and can trash your rep as a responsible, competent leader or employee. But for some of us, tardiness is a tough habit to break».

Amy Levin-Epstein sugere 6 dicas para acabar de vez com os atrasos frequentes. Ler em Be on time, every time: 6 simple tricks.

Como «libertar» o potencial dos colaboradores mais arrojados?

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Em Unlocking Your Employees’ Potential | Secrets of Successful Startups, Singh Cassidy defende a importância de «libertar» os colaboradores para que demonstrem as suas capacidades. Como o vídeo teima em não funcionar, junto outro, sobre a temática mas na perspe(c)tiva de uma mulher 2.0 in conversation [VIDEO].

Importa-se de repetir?

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Someone who faces the difficulties of adult life head on and takes personal responsibility for building his own skills. Someone who makes time to develop social skills, test his own ideas, and take risks that are scary but necessary for growth.
Those people often look messy. Adult life is messy. But it’s better to hire someone who has waded through the mess of growing up than someone who has avoided it at all cost
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Escreveu Penelope Trunk no artigo Why Startups Shouldn’t Hire People With Graduate Degrees.

Mindshake: agitar antes de usar

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Termina hoje o prazo para inscrição na semana do pensamento criativo – MINDSHAKE – no Porto. De 4 a 8 de Julho vários workshops prometem «agitar» mentes. Programa e detalhes AQUI.

O marketing na rede social

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Atento às necessidades do mercado é o próprio facebook a compilar uma série de dicas para quem quer aproveitar as potencialidades de marketing nesta rede social e lança um GUIA. Um documento a juntar à caixa de ferramentas.

Os mitos do multitasking

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Em 10 Truths About Multitasking, Steve Tobak alerta:

Interrupting what you’re doing to constantly check email and tweet isn’t multitasking, it’s distraction, plain and simple. Researchers who call that multitasking should lose their funding. Employees or managers who call that multitasking are just trying to make themselves look better in spite of their complete lack of discipline and inability to focus.

There is no such thing as doing more than one thing simultaneously. It can’t happen in the physical world. Nobody can do it. Not even computers. There are laws of physics that frown upon that sort of thing. Just wanted to dispel that notion once and for all.

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