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    Moving Up the Ladder - Myth vs. Reality: Career Advancement for Women
by Kathy Caprino and Tim Muma - Jul, 2015
Progress and success are two different things, and the area of women in the workplace might be the best representation of that idea. Part of the disparity lies in the myths and realities of the situation. Joining Tim Muma to separate the truth from fiction is women's success coach Kathy Caprino, founder and president of Ellia Communications. Kathy gives us the details on what you can believe about career advancement for women...
 
    Management Decisions - Five Manager Must Do Tips to Create an Engaged Workforce
by Ruth Ross and Jenna Connour - Jun, 2015
The topic of employee engagement has been in the spotlight in recent months. Engaged employees are more motivated and productive in the workplace, ultimately leading to a more successful company. As a manager, there are many ways you can help your employees stay engaged. Ruth Ross – engagement evangelist, speaker, and author – joins LJNRadio to offer her insight on the topic. Employment Notebook explores various topics of i...
 
    Management Decisions - Reasonable Behavior or Questionable Actions?
by Jim Webber and Tim Muma - Jun, 2015
Jim Webber, aka Evil Skippy, returns to LJNRadio to tackle some controversial strategies some employers are using when it comes to their employees, past and present. Jim Webber, an individual with 25 years experience as an employment lawyer and human resources manager, gives Tim Muma his perspectives on some actions that could be understandable to some, but extremely questionable to others. Each situation should be looked at i...
 
    Management Decisions - What Catches You Off-Guard With Social Security
by Alex Menassa and Tim Muma - Jun, 2015
There are often many questions surrounding social security, particularly as it pertains to collecting your fair share when you retire. Alex Menassa, senior financial advisor for Szarka Financial, shares his detailed knowledge on the ins and outs of social security. Alex gives Tim Muma the inside scoop on the wide-ranging factors affecting social security, both personally and in the broad scope. On Management Decisions we di...
 
  Can Taking a Lunch Break Help You Be More Productive?
by Mary Gormandy White - Jul, 2015
It can be hard for busy professionals to find time to eat a healthy lunch during hectic workdays, but doing so is an important key to maximizing productivity while also maintaining your overall health and well-being. When you skip lunch or grab fast food in the middle of your workday, you aren’t doing yourself – or your employer – any favors. Your Body Needs a Lunch Break You may think that you don’t have time to stop fo...
 
  Creating a State of Flow at Work
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jul, 2015
We coach leaders to cultivate, creativity, clarity, focus and trust in a full engagement culture. Creating a State of Flow at Work One of my CEO executive coaching clients is working with his executive leadership team to create an organizational culture that unleashes employees’ intrinsic motivation and state of flow. I am coaching him to become more effective at appealing to employees’ intrinsic motivation and core valu...
 
  Midcareer Coaching: Midcareer Crisis or Opportunity?
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jul, 2015
Have you ever had a midcareer fantasy where you quit your job and go do something new? Many executives secretly admit to their coaches that they’re contemplating midcareer shifts. They may not actively seek change, but they certainly start imagining it. Of LinkedIn’s 313 million members, 25% are active job seekers; 60% are passive job seekers (not proactively searching for new jobs, but seriously willing to consider vi...
 
  One Day Hiring? What a Concept!
by Alexandra Levit - Jun, 2015
John Sullivan is one of the most respected HR thought leaders in the world. I have been reading and citing his ideas forever, and love getting his articles through my ERE.net subscription. John tends to put forth ideas slightly before they catch on in the mainstream, and that’s why my interest was piqued when he introduced the single-day hiring process. We all know that hiring takes too long. By the time your organization g...
 
  How to Talk to the Bully: Disarming Workplace Bullying
by Mark Gorkin - Jun, 2015
Prologue: As many of you know, when I write about bullying or trauma in general it comes from my personal well, including several years of childhood bully trauma: stricken by shame, taunted by peers but mostly stalked by my own lurking fear and helplessness, a constant struggle to concentrate, unaware of my smoldering depression, subliminal rage, and omnipresent mask. Then there was the nuclear tension and family secrets (e....
 
  Will the Internet of Things Displace HR?
by Alexandra Levit - Jun, 2015
The latest tech trend is the Internet of Things (IoT), and if you’re like me, you didn’t know what it meant until you were reading a blog post one day (possibly this one). The IoT is what will happen when any device with an off/on switch can be connected to the Internet and to other devices. Technology analyst firm Gartner has predicted that in the very near future, there will be nearly 30 billion connected devices, forging...
 
  5 Things You Must Discuss with HR Before Accepting a New Job
by Terri Tierney Clark - Jun, 2015
After months of job search agony, you might have an urge to immediately accept any offer you receive. But before you give a final answer, take time to learn a little more about what the company has to offer. Remember, now your potential employer is trying to sell you, and that means you can ask important questions about benefits and compensation that may have seemed pushy or self-serving during the interview process. Now,...
 
  Leadership, Then and Now
by Sara Canaday - Jun, 2015
I have been privileged to coach some amazing professionals over the last few years, and I am always humbled by their capacity to adapt and master new leadership approaches. Throughout our discussions, I am reminded that effective leadership strategies have evolved significantly since I was an Operations Executive 13 years ago. Financial success still remains the ultimate goal, but the best path to get there has changed. Th...
 
  Health Alert: Should You Ban Handshakes in Your Office?
by Alexandra Levit - Jun, 2015
With Ebola and myriad other diseases in the news and flu season just about to kick off, some people are calling for a ban on the handshake. Is that the right move for your business? The first piece of business advice I was given that stuck was to greet a new person with a firm, enthusiastic handshake. Since that day 16 years ago when my boss said my shake had to be “more confident,” I've been telling countless college g...
 
  Hiring Managers: How to Deal with Unresonable Expectations
by Alexandra Levit - May, 2015
Until you can hire a cyborg, you’ll have to settle for flawed humans. The 2014 Job Preparedness Indicator study conducted by the Career Advisory Board confirmed previous reports that a skills gap exists at all levels of U.S. employment. Only 7 percent of hiring managers said that “nearly all” or “most” job seekers have the right combination of skills and traits that their companies need to fill open positions. This belief...
 
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