You need to walk a fine line when it comes to trying to get the most from your employees and overworking them. American companies lose $350 billion a year because of unmotivated employees. The key to solving this is providing the right employee motivation. That can be extra tricky when it comes to creative employees because creativity can’t be forced—but that doesn’t mean all is lost.
Since its inception in 2007, Evernote has helped over 200 million users create notes, save ideas, and attach documents. It’s an active online community too, with over 5 billion notes created over the past decade. The sheer amount of data meant that it took Evernote 70 days to transfer files to Google’s Cloud in 2017.
Being able to put all your notes, reminders, ideas, and everything in between, on one easy-to-use platform has obvious appeal. There’s no doubt Evernote can help organize your content marketing and you can easily use Evernote for content planning.
In this post, we’ll look into the seven different ways you can use Evernote to make your content marketing more productive:
A successful marketing campaign requires different skills sets and often involve multiple roles. Copywriters, designers, PPC specialists and more. The marketing manager is responsible for pulling this team together. Hence, collaboration skills are crucial. But what collaboration skills are most important when organizing a team? We asked 20 experts for their opinion.
Team spirit – most companies want it but not everyone knows how to achieve it.
There are many benefits to boosting team spirit including, employee satisfaction, boosted morale, lower employee turnover and increased productivity. It’s a win/win for both management and employees.
Although building team spirit can seem overwhelming at first, once you get the ball rolling you will soon start to see the benefits for yourself. Here are five ways you can build team spirit within your company: