Project Management

How Neuroscience Can Make You a Better Project Manager

Disengaged employees are a very real and very possible threat to your business. A Gallup survey says that four out of five workers worldwide are not working to the best of their abilities because they’re disengaged. And that the U.S. economy loses up to $350 billion annually due to the lackluster productivity levels of disengaged employees.

But how do you re-engage them? What strategies can you use to bring them back from the dark side of the Force?

Our CEO Andrew Filev wrote an article on ProjectManagement.com to teach project managers 4 PM strategies that are backed by neuroscience. Readers will better comprehend why their team members are disengaged, and be able to improve the way they manage projects overall.

He writes:

We should know why it’s happening and learn how we can re-engage our teams. This is where neuroscience becomes a valuable resource. It isn’t as complicated as it might seem initially, and the knowledge of our brain’s wiring provides us with practical insight into how best to motivate our team and improve teamwork.

Read the article to get all four neuroscience tips:
https://www.projectmanagement.com/articles/283917/4-Ways-Neuroscience-Can-Enhance-Project-Management

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