Carol Evenson

About Carol Evenson

Carol Evenson is a business consultant specializing in process automation and employee wellness. She has worked with Fortune 1000 companies and currently assists organizations within the US and UK. Follow her on Twitter.

What To Do When Employees Bring Personal Struggles Into The Workplace

When you work as part of a team, there is an inherent social aspect to it. Workers are individuals who each have their own personalities, likes, dislikes, and lives outside of the office. When channeled

Management Tips: Social Media Protocols to Consider Within Your Organization

No one can deny that social media is an innovation on traditional communication that has taken the world by storm. Recent usage data for Facebook from shows that 1.79 billion users actively use the site

By |Productivity, Talent Management|

Creating An Inspiring Work Environment

As recently as a decade or two ago, the word “productivity” brought to mind images of rows of workers lined up like drones at their desks. Many people in business believed that anything that was

By |Productivity|

7 Secrets to Intrinsically Motivating Your Employees

Motivating your employees requires more than just a bigger paycheck and a hearty pat on the back. Employee motivation strategies have to be designed to meet the specific needs of each worker. Below are seven

By |Employee engagement|

Creating a Culture of Efficiency Within Your Organization

Business is a competitive environment, so it’s important that companies focus on being efficient with their money and resources. The need to be efficient doesn’t exist just with top leadership and company managers. This should

By |Productivity, Talent Management|

It’s Not How Hard You Work

“Work smarter, not harder.” The advice has been passed around for so long that most people have no idea where the phrase originated. Allan H. Mogensen, an industrial engineer noted for popularizing flowcharts during the

By |Productivity|

How Multitasking Hurts Team Productivity And What You Can Do About It

Every manager wants a team that can work on three or four different tasks at the same time, don’t they? An effective worker should be able to pivot from their day-to-day tasks to respond to

By |Productivity, Talent Management|