Here’s our latest installment of tools you might want to use to make risk management tasks easier and more effective.
Eight days into the New Year, many people are focused on New Year’s Resolutions. Since risk management includes personal empowerment, let’s pause here to talk about making and keeping resolutions.
How many people make and keep their New Year’s Resolutions? According to a recent study from the University of Scranton published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology, 45 percent of Americans usually make resolutions but only eight percent are successful. How can we improve this statistic for 2016? There are many tech tools available that can be helpful in keeping your New Year’s Resolutions.
One popular resolution involves personal health. More and more organizations are investing in employee health by providing gym membership to employees. According to a recent survey, staying healthy and fit is the most popular resolution. A new app called SportSetter can help you find fitness activities with free trials and discounts on memberships. How does it work? Watch this video and visit their Help Center for more Frequently Asked Questions.
Another popular resolution is to get organized. As we have mentioned before, Trello is a great tool to organize and manage tasks. This tutorial by LifeHacker explains the basics and how to get started. Another tool for getting organized is an app called Airtable. You can learn more about Airtable’s features and start for free.