There can often be a misconception that a person working 100 hours a week is more successful than a peer logging half those hours. That’s not necessarily true, considering the metric "hours of hard work" doesn’t give a full picture of the results actually being achieved.
Rhythm Blog | Paige Wilcox
by Patrick Thean and the Rhythm Team
A Core Value that resonates strongly at Rhythm Systems is "Be Appreciative." That's why an episode of Hurry Slowly, a podcast about pacing yourself to uncover creativity and meaning in your work, that addressed the power of appreciation and generosity caught my eye—or ear, rather.
How can you use a methodology and platform like Rhythm if you’re not fully in the know on all of the tips, features and functions offered? There’s bound to be something left on the table that could make your life easier, and you may not even know you need it yet.
A great way to get more value out of Rhythm is by moving through our certification program. To start, we offer a comprehensive Fan Certification that provides an understanding of our core methodology and themes (keep in mind, we also have a Fast Track version of this if you’re short on time. Email email@example.com for the details).
Priorities—not to be mistaken for KPIs —outline the work you plan on doing in a given amount of time in order to achieve your desired results. A key component in achieving those desired results is clearly defining them.
You need to specify what success looks like first so you can effectively plan for
All Success Criteria Are Not Created Equal
I joined Rhythm Systems as Client Services Manager back in September of last year, and I have to say, my first day stood out as exceptionally thorough and welcoming. It set the right tone for what continues to be a great work experience, so I’m sharing a brief overview of that day to help inspire some on-boarding best practices for your team!