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    Management Decisions - Discovering and Hiring Coachable Employees
by Larry Weidel and Tim Muma - Jan, 2016
Every company is searching for the ultimate combination of talent and experience when hiring, but that's both unrealistic and naïve. Larry Weidel has spent the past 40 years building a national financial services organization in Primerica, as well as authoring "Serial Winner: 5 Actions to Create Your Cycle of Success." Larry's vast experience has led him to see the key to great workers - coachability. Of course, the trouble is...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - Myth vs. Reality: Hiring and Management
by Jim Webber and Tim Muma - Sep, 2015
We’re introducing a new segment to LJNRadio, looking to get some candid, no-nonsense answers about popular phrases and ideas floating around the employment world. We’re calling it "Myth vs. Reality," and this particularly episode focuses on the areas of hiring and management. Joining Tim Muma is a gentleman who will not pull any punches. His name is Jim Webber and he has more than 25 years of experience as an employment lawyer...
 
    Employment Notebook - Turning a New Grad Hire Into an Ideal Employee
by Brad Zomick and Tim Muma - Jun, 2015
Hiring experienced workers brings many advantages, as well as a higher salary in most cases. By brining on a recent graduate, the real world work experience may be lacking, but other areas serve as positives. Brad Zomick, co-founder and senior director of content strategy for SkilledUp, talks about the strategies that turn these new grads into the employee you want and need. Brad explains to Tim Muma how this inexperienced tal...
 
    Management Decisions - How to Avoid the Number One Hiring Mistake
by Carson Tate and Jenna Connour - Apr, 2015
For many companies, the hiring process is constantly evolving – which can lead to both good and bad hiring decisions. Carson Tate – career coach, business consultant, and the founder of Working Simply, Inc. – joins LJNRadio’s Jenna Connour to discuss the number one hiring mistake an employer can make, and some strategies that hiring managers can implement to avoid making this error. On Management Decisions (formerly Executi...
 
  The 6 Dominant Action Styles: Why You Need To Know Yours To Be Happy And Successful
by Kathy Caprino - Apr, 2016
Over my 11 years of coaching professionals, five years as a therapist, and 18 years in corporate life, I’ve worked with and seen every type of person with every type of challenge you can imagine. Through the process of coaching and studying professionals, I’ve observed that there are six dominant action styles – six key ways in which humans naturally and preferentially take action towards a goal and approach change. I’ve di...
 
  Emotional Intelligence Part 1: The 5 Competencies
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Apr, 2016
How’s your ‘EQ’? It’s not a question you’re probably asked very often, if at all, but it’s definitely one to consider – especially when it comes to your career. For years, a person’s “Intelligence Quotient” or IQ was thought to determine how successful they’d be on the job and in life, however, over time, researchers began finding that emotional maturity played a key role in success as well. In the early 90’s, Researcher...
 
  Can Machines Deep Learn Project Management
by Alexandra Levit - Apr, 2016
Artificial intelligence has been in the news a lot lately, specifically related to machines’ ability to deep learn, or more closely mimic the actions of a human brain. In the near future, will a computer’s algorithms be able to do the project manager’s job as well as you can? It started in 2011. Stanford professor Andrew Ng holed up at the Google X Lab at the company’s Silicon Valley headquarters and initiated a project d...
 
  The Rise of Fancy Friday: Why Experiences at Work Matter
by Lindsey Pollak - Apr, 2016
In today’s “pictures or it didn’t happen” world, millennials are all about experiences. In fact, three-quarters of young people would choose to spend their money on an experience rather than buying something, according to a study by Eventbrite and Harris. That doesn’t seem surprising when you consider other data we know about millennials – that they value a company’s culture over its compensation, for example. This quest...
 
  The Rise of Virtual Assistants
by Alexandra Levit - Apr, 2016
Does a human or robot virtual assistant (VA) make knowledge work easier? Human virtual assistance has been a booming business for almost a decade, and now, with the wide launch of Amazon Echo, you can have a robot as well. However, just because technology grows ever more sophisticated doesn’t mean our lives as knowledge workers are getting any easier. We will have a variety of needs that aren’t being met with existing pro...
 
  Millennial Turnover: Why Employee Retention Is No Longer Realistic
by Lindsey Pollak - Mar, 2016
The proverbial retirement-after-40-years-with-a-gold-watch-and-pension are as passé as, well, a gold watch — or any watch, really, that doesn’t track your vitals and read your texts. Another relic? The very idea of lifelong employment at one organization. Instead, today there is an overriding belief that if you stay too long at one company, people will wonder what’s wrong with your skills or ambition. And this is not just a...
 
  Why Day One Matters
by Lindsey Pollak - Mar, 2016
As companies look to the spring hiring season, many leaders are focused on how to attract the best and brightest millennials. If you’re planning to bring on new hires, it’s important to think past the moment the offer is accepted and seriously consider what the first few days and weeks on the job will look like. Do you have best practices in place to onboard millennials for success? Surprisingly, only 32 percent of companie...
 
  Signs a Project Manager Should be Worried About Outsourcing
by Alexandra Levit - Mar, 2016
If your company is experiencing these developments, you may need to protect your job. In a recent CIO Magazine article, Moira Alexander of Conture Business Advisors points out that an in-house PMO isn’t a foregone conclusion. Depending on your industry, type or size of business, and the specifics of your organization, your CIO might consider outsourcing the project management function to be a sensible move. What are some of...
 
  5 Essentials for the "Office" of the Future
by Alexandra Levit - Mar, 2016
Yesterday I traveled to the Gil Hatch Center for Customer Innovation in Rochester, NY to talk with my partner Xerox and visiting press and analysts about the future of work and office technology. Given that the office isn?t a necessary a physical location anymore, both software and hardware must be configured to be used effectively and efficiently by a growing virtual, mobile and contract workforce. Whether you are an enterpri...
 
  Hot New Pay Controversies Impact Business Productivity
by Alexandra Levit - Mar, 2016
The world of compensation is changing – with far reaching consequences. Two big pieces of salary-related news hit the Internet recently. Credit card processing company Gravity Payments’ CEO was forced to defend his decision to standardize all employee pay to $70K, and the SEC finalized a long-delayed rule forcing businesses to share their “pay ratio,” or how CEO pay compares with that of the average company worker. How migh...
 
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