We're grateful to have a lot to look back on and feel good about this year at People-OnTheGo: from the launch of our new leadership program and Social Media Academy webinars with Out&About Marketing guru, Milena Regos, to the publishing of Time for Leadership: The Accomplishing More in Less Time, Less Effort, and Less Stress Leadership Journey.
It's been a productive year, and we've learned as much from our efforts as we have from our participants and interactions with you.
So as 2013 winds down to a close, we invite you to take this time to reflect on your own professional and personal accomplishments, and please share them in the comments section below. We believe it's in knowing where we came from, and what we've learned, that we can best form our next steps in achieving our goals.
In this time of looking back, we'd like to share with you our top ten productivity blog posts of the year. We hope you gain new insight from these articles, and we look forward to hearing your own insights, plans, and goals for 2014.
Thank you for wanting to accomplish more. Have a happy holiday season, and New Year!
~ from all at People-OnTheGo
Enjoy this handy, visual graphic to help keep you focused on your social media marketing goals for your business, brand, or organization.
2. Why Your Organization Needs 'Visual Leaders' and How To Become One: An Interview with Author David Sibbet
Bestselling author, graphic facilitator, and The Grove Consultants International Founder and President, David Sibbet, talks with us about his unique, leadership philosophy.
People-OnTheGo Faculty Member Eve Porcello gives the run down on Microsoft Office 365/2013.
Change yourself from having a "fixed" mindset to one of "growth."
Learn about the tenets of building stronger employee engagement at your organization.
6. Three Surprises About Change: Chapter 1 Summary of Switch by Chip and Dan Heath, Authors of Made to Stick
Wondering how to make changes happen, personally, professionally, or at your business? People-OnTheGo's Online Community Manager, Melissa Sweat, summarizes how you can get there.
7. Brain, Interrupted by Bob Sullivan and Hugh Thompson (New York Times, 5/3/13); summary + commentary by Melissa Sweat, Online Community Manager
This is your brain on interruptions, and it's not pretty. Learn how to get focused.
A great overview of project management's past and present.
Pierre Brickey, Director of IT Quality at UCSF Medical Center, presented at one of our free Lunch & Learn Webinars this year, and kindly shared his recommended books about Lean.
Find the best project management platforms for any size project.