Time management is the process of organising and planning how to divide your time between specific activities and priorities. The benefits of time management include better habits and greater productivity. Improved time management increases your focus, builds confidence, and allows you to plan your time more effectively.
Did you know that 70 percent of employees say they spend more than 40 hours a week in the workplace? And that's not just to get ahead and climb the corporate ladder, as nearly half say they work extra hours to finish the work they didn't have time for during the eight-hour workday.
Do you still work in an (office) environment with gray and white walls, fluorescent lighting and generic office furniture? Then, according to neuroscientists, this is a missed opportunity. Research shows that you can stimulate the brain by 'enriching' the work environment more. And that in turn ensures better performance, both at home and in the office. In this white paper we explain how this works and how you can take advantage of it.
Getting Things Done, also called the GTD method, is a self-management method developed by David Allen in which you record all your personal and professional tasks in to-do lists. This gives a clear overview of your tasks so that you can more easily choose what your next task will be. In addition, it leads to peace of mind.
Sound is all around us, both indoors and outdoors. In this article we will emphasise indoor noise nuisance. In buildings such as offices, hospitals and restaurants and in public spaces, people often experience noise nuisance. We are sure you can remember an occasion on which you did.