Biological Prime Time: When are you at your most productive?

Originally posted on Josephine Grant:
Your “biological prime time” is the time of the day when you have the most energy, and therefore the greatest potential to be productive. Productivity is a highly individual thing – a get-stuff-done strategy that works flawlessly for one person may do nothing for you. You are probably already aware…

Making everyone feel welcome in engineering: key resources

Anthony Haynes writes: Our clients — all organisations for professionals — are drawn from various sectors, one of the most important of which is engineering. So we’d like here to promote LGBTSTEM Day, the second anniversary of which falls on Friday, 5 July. The day provides a great opportunity for employers and other organisations to… Read More

17 ways to make meetings more productive

Anthony Haynes writes: “We’ve got a meeting scheduled”: GROAN. Quite possibly, an even longer groan if it’s an internal meeting. Meetings have, quite justifiably, a strong reputation for wasting time. Yet it doesn’t have to be so. Meetings have long been the focus of research — and the findings from such research indicate things we… Read More