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    Moving Up the Ladder - Mental Training for the St. Louis Cardinals...and in Business
by Jason Selk and Tim Muma - Apr, 2016
We often get caught up in the importance of talent and skill in sports and in everyday work places. The reality is, the most consistently successful individuals have mastered the mental game as well. Dr. Jason Selk, a performance coach and former director of mental training for the St. Louis Cardinals, discusses the things elite athletes focus on to enhance their play on the field. Jason explains to Tim Muma that the same tact...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - Productivity Over Being Busy
by Kory Kogon and Tim Muma - Apr, 2016
It seems like everyone is busy at work, but many are concerned that being busy has contributed to a lack of actual production. Kory Kogon is one of the authors of "The 5 Choices: The Path to Extraordinary Productivity," and she joins Tim Muma to discuss the fine line between production and busy work. Kory fills us in on the common mistakes we all make, and how we can adjust our habits to push past busy and get involved in some...
 
    Management Decisions - Important Changes in Social Security
by Rick Martin and Tim Muma - Mar, 2016
There remains concern over the state of social security and what could be left for people down the road. With that in mind, some changes are already taking effect in April of 2016 as a way to manage the program better. Rick Martin, senior financial planner for Szarka Financial, joins Tim Muma to break down what is being implemented, how it could impact you, and what steps you can take to ensure you're in the best position poss...
 
    Management Decisions - The Pension Pickle and Your 401K
by Alex Menassa and Tim Muma - Mar, 2016
Pensions served a valuable purpose in the past, but they rarely exist now and are handled differently by those who have one. In it's place (sort of) the 401K has carried employees' retirement funding. Alex Menassa, senior financial planner for Szarka Financial, explains to Tim Muma about the "pension pickle" some find themselves in. He also goes through the potential problems and solutions for those relying on a 401K for their...
 
  The Value to Employees in Working From Home
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - May, 2016
Working from home is more common than ever, with technology continually disrupting the landscape of how and where we can do our jobs. While many benefits exist for the company who provides work-from-home set-ups, such as savings in overhead and 24/7 accessibility to key players, equally as many benefits abound for employees who choose the work-from-home option. Following are 10 reasons why working from home is good for your...
 
  What Millennials Want At Work - And Why It Matters
by Lindsey Pollak - May, 2016
We’ve all heard and read the millennial-bashing. Millennial employees want free food; they want unlimited vacation; they want to run the company two days after they arrive; they want to be coddled and given a trophy. If you’ve read my blog before, you know that I’m definitely not in the millennial-bashing camp. Why am I always so bullish on this generation? Because if you look past the stereotypes, you quickly see that mill...
 
  Nature or Nurture: Can You Learn Entrepreneurial Skills?
by Alexandra Levit - May, 2016
You’ve probably heard that most businesses fail, but the reasons why are not always clear. Lack of managerial expertise may be one factor. After all, most inexperienced people who get jobs in large corporations aren’t put in charge right away. Rather, they may be given small responsibilities until they have sufficient business acumen to be trusted with larger ones. On the other hand, small-business owners are often overconfide...
 
  Is Fear The "Enemy" Of Your Career Success?
by Georgia Adamson - May, 2016
If you’re not progressing in your career the way you think you should or if you’re holding back from making a move that might give your career a boost, maybe fear is the culprit. Fear can wear many faces, and you might not recognize it as being the source of your problems. Fear of Change Probably one of the biggest fears is the fear of change. You can hesitate, even wait too long and lose out on a new employment opportun...
 
  The Changing Landscape of Work
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - May, 2016
It is on the news, in magazines and books and in workshop sessions at conferences. Everyone from the Federal Reserve to you and your colleagues are paying more attention to the changing landscape of work. Many of these thinkers and doers are responding to fears that machines will continue to replace humans in performing an increasing number of tasks. But now other voices are coming forward to point out the opportunities that e...
 
  How Can You Create A Memorable Brand?
by Alexandra Levit - May, 2016
When we think of brands, we tend to picture the big ones. We forget that a powerful brand can be important to every company and especially small businesses that hang their hats on customer loyalty. According to a recent survey by Rosetta Consulting, engaged customers (those who are strongly attached to a brand) buy 90 percent more frequently, spend 60 percent more per transaction and are five times more likely to indicate i...
 
  What is The Secret To Winning Big?
by Marshall Goldsmith - May, 2016
The higher up you go in your organization, the more you need to make other people winners and not make your job about winning yourself. This is a hard concept for people who like to win to grasp. The more successful you become, the more helping others win is how you win! This is the secret to winning big. For those in leadership positions, this means closely monitoring how you hand out encouragement and how you “help” other...
 
  Your Secret Source For Top Talent
by Lindsey Pollak - May, 2016
“But we were on a break!” (“Friends” references cross the generational divide, right?) Ross may have been talking about a relationship break, but I want to talk about career breaks – when employees leave for another company or a personal life event. Today, most employers realize that job-hopping employees are a fact of life. The 2016 Deloitte Global Millennial Survey found that 44 percent of millennials plan to change jo...
 
  Avoid Network Tunnel Vision
by Sherri Edwards - May, 2016
It’s commonly understood that there are many reasons to network with professionals in your field. What is not as widely recognized is the need to network with others outside of your field of interest and the benefits that can be gained. Networking outside of your comfort zone can lead to unexpected learning opportunities that can add to your development as a responsible citizen, employee or emerging leader. To start thinkin...
 
  Cutting Corners is a Rotten Choice
by Georgia Adamson - May, 2016
Companies that are in a financial bind or aggressively determined to steamroller over their competition can view cutting corners as a viable option. By that, I mean that they take actions such as using inferior materials for their products or providing misleading information to convince potential customers to use their services rather than a competitors’. Why should you care? I can think of at least two reasons: 1.Your e...
 
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