The startling scheduling hack that can increase your productivity, morale, and innovation at the same time! | InspireHUB

When we started InspireHUB, we knew that a “start-up” culture meant that we could expect long hours and days.  We were no exception as our small team passionately pursued our dreams. As the leader of our team, I had only one rule and that was that I requested everyone take one day off every seven days.  (Back then, it wasn’t unusual for us to work weekends. Welcome to startup life.) Some followed it, some did not as they elected to try and get ahead of their work.

To say our team was “highly engaged” would be an understatement.  Requests from managers for staff to take extra time off (meaning working a normal work week like everyone else) was met with protest.  Our team wore their efforts like gamified badges even bragging about “starting second shifts” when the normal people of the world went home.  We were putting out huge amounts of code and work products. The team was passionately engaged. We were living the startup dream!

We were in serious trouble.


5 simple ways to use video to reach employees and boost engagement | InspireHUB

People prefer video!  You are desperate to keep your employees "in the know" but the reality is that with increasing dispersed channels it's not easy.  Nothing is worse then one of your employees discovering an important company announcement from an outside channel.  Video is a game changer and we're here to help with some great ideas on how you can leverage this great tool for your organization's internal communications.

 

Want more proof that video gets more engagement than text-based content and email? Read on...


The 3 most important reasons you need to STOP the email madness ... right now. | InspireHUB

 

You're exhausted. We get it! And if your boss isn't convinced that your "email fatigue" is a real problem, we've done your homework for you so you can send up the SOS. What your boss cares about is the bottom line. Here's a primer to help you make the case that it's time to handle internal communications in a different way.


Why your MOM is the difference between success and failure with remote work.


INTRODUCTION:

Remote work is not a new phenomenon.  For thousands of years, leaders have been managing people that are distributed and there is a formula that predicts success.

  • How is that some rulers were able to lead their nation to great prosperity when others failed?
  • How did successful generals overseeing thousands of soldiers dispersed across great lands still manage to fulfill their missions successfully?
  • How do today's greatest leaders overseeing Fortune 500 companies with thousands of employees spread across different campuses still be profitable?

We are going to show you how your MOM is the biggest predictor of your ability to successfully oversee a remote workforce.

    All posts

Subscribe to Our Blog