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By: Carson Tate
July 16th, 2019

I’ve been in the organizational development and effectiveness ecosystem for over fifteen years and have been focused on optimizing individual, team and organizational productivity and performance for the last ten years as the Managing Partner of Working Simply.

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By: Carson Tate
July 13th, 2019

Training is an investment in your company’s engine - your people. Investing in training and developing your people has its price tag, but like any strategic investment, it pays for itself through a highly skilled, engaged workforce that fuels your company’s growth and profitability.

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Blogs | Technology

By: Carson Tate
May 30th, 2019

Did you know that you have personal assistant? If not, you two should meet. Right now.

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Blogs | Technology

By: Carson Tate
April 24th, 2019

“Does this message require action by you?”

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Blogs | Productivity Tips & Tools

By: Wendelyn Kelly
March 27th, 2019

Although we all love taking a break from work, vacation can often create a lot of stress. And reentering back into work and the routine of everyday life after being gone for an extended period of time can be brutal!

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Blogs | Work-Life Balance

By: Wendelyn Kelly
March 13th, 2019

I hear it all the time: “It’s just too much work to take a vacation!”

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By: Carson Tate
February 18th, 2019

There’s a reason no one likes attending your meetings! They’re boring, repetitive, and often times irrelevant. Most companies hold more meetings than they actually should, and the meetings they do hold often times aren’t as useful as they could be. For many people, meetings are simply a waste of time and don’t end up accomplishing much of anything, let alone their intended purpose. Quite frankly, your meetings stink.

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By: Carson Tate
February 4th, 2019

If you’re like most people, your schedule is packed full of useless meetings that you don’t want to attend. Between accomplishing everything on your task list, replying to emails, maintaining your personal life, and more, you just not have enough time to sit down and participate in a meeting. A lot of times you probably don’t even see the value of the meetings you’re invited to.