How to Boost Your Business Productivity

When your business has grown out of its initial startup-phase, you might be looking for ways to take it to the next level. There is a lot of money to be saved on understanding where those processes within the business are lacking so that you can turn up the speed a notch – and, hopefully, make even more money.

Luckily, it doesn’t actually take that much to boost your business productivity as long as you know where to look. Here is a handful of the very best ways to become a faster and more thorough business in no time.

How to Boost Your Business Productivity

First: Reward productivity

Let’s start with the easiest one first. As you know, a company is nothing without its employees; and, as their manager, it’s important that you know how to reward hard work. There are a lot of ways to do this, though, and one of the best ways is to reward the entire team together in order to strengthen their bond and make sure that each employee is noticed.

Treat them to a dinner or lunch as a team after you’ve delivered a big project, for example, or take them out for a team-building experience. While you may not notice the benefits of this straight away, it will definitely have a lot to say for how the team works together in the future. Check out for more ideas.

Another point to this that goes beyond rewards is to ensure that your employees have access to flexible working hours or even the option to work from home sometimes. Studies have shown that this leads to a boost in their productivity – possibly because happy employees tend to work a bit harder.


Next: Get the right tech tools

Now that we’ve covered your human resources, it’s time to look at how technology can help you out. There is, in fact, an ocean of great tools out there to help you to both monitor how much time you spend on different processes as well as allowing you to manage your projects more efficiently.

Have a look at the offers at, for example, and search the web for more ways to introduce great technology to your business. It will only take it to the next level so you really don’t have anything to lose.


Encourage breaks

It may seem counterproductive, but more breaks will actually lead to highly efficient employees. Just as we need breaks when studying something heavy, your team’s great minds will also need some time away from their screens.

Encourage them to take a 10-minute break from time to time, and make sure that they have somewhere proper to relax and share ideas.

The best conversations tend to happen around the coffee machine, you know, and by having more coffee breaks they will definitely be more productive throughout the day.

How to Boost Your Business Productivity

*This post has been written for Morning Business Chat by an outside source

Wendy Tomlinson

Hi, I'm Wendy, your online life and business coach - I'm a qualified law of attraction practitioner, EFT master practitioner and life skills coach. After years of private coaching, I now follow my real passion for blogging and creating content that will help you create a life and business you love. Please feel free to ask questions, I love hearing from my readers.

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