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How to Get People to Pay Attention on a Conference Call

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Have you ever been on a conference call and asked a question to a participant, only to be met with awkward silence or a stammered response because the participant had clearly stopped paying attention and wasn’t listening when you asked your question? In a situation like that, even though you weren’t at fault, you can’t help but feel a bit …

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Improve Your Presentations by Ditching the PowerPoint

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The PowerPoint is a staple of the corporate workplace, enabling workers to better engage their audience and present their data in a compelling, aesthetically pleasing manner. However, the ubiquity of the PowerPoint also means that the PowerPoint has lost a bit of its charm. When you are regularly staring at slide decks for a large portion of your work week, …

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The Neuroscience of Motivation and How to Increase Motivation

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I’m sure everyone here is familiar with how hard it is to get work done when you’re feeling unmotivated. Call it laziness, procrastination or what have you, when motivation is lacking, work simply can’t be done. It’s easy to write off a lack of motivation as an excuse to partake in laziness, but the cause of our motivation (or lack …

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Collaboration Overload Might Be Stifling Employee Productivity (and How to Alleviate Collaboration Fatigue)

collaboration overload

Here at PGi, we center everything we do around collaboration. From products that facilitate collaboration to a company culture that seeks to embody the very essence of collaboration, collaboration is the driving motivation behind our decisions. But what happens when collaboration gets to be too much? Collaboration is essential and yet, it can sometimes feel like we are collaborating so …

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