Beat the Winter Blues: 4 Ways to Stay Motivated at Work in the Winter

With winter’s cold weather, shorter days and less sunlight, you and your employees may feel more lethargic and irritable than usual. This mood shift known as “winter blues” may affect your team’s productivity. According to research done by the project management software company Redbooth, winter is the least productive season in the workplace.

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CEO | Founder of The Human Way | Bestselling Author | New book #UNprofessional out 9/21 | Host of the UNprofessional podcast | As seen in Forbes, Fortune, WSJ

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CEO | Founder of The Human Way | Bestselling Author | New book #UNprofessional out 9/21 | Host of the UNprofessional podcast | As seen in Forbes, Fortune, WSJ

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