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    Management Decisions - Reasonable Behavior or Questionable Actions?
by Jim Webber and Tim Muma - Apr, 2016
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 - 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...
 
    Management Decisions - What Dictates and Impacts a Company's Reputation?
by Stephen Hahn-Griffiths and Tim Muma - Mar, 2016
A positive reputation can take years or decades to build, but only moments to be tarnished forever. In today's connected world where information is shared globally in seconds, organizations need to be cognizant of everything impacting their reputations. Stephen Hahn-Griffiths, VP of U.S. Strategy Consulting for the Reputation Institute, breaks down the variety of factors effecting the public's perception of a company. He tells...
 
  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...
 
  Millennial Midmarket CIO's View of Digital Transformation
by Alexandra Levit - Apr, 2016
In 2016, millennial IT professionals aren’t working in back offices. Increasingly, they are finding themselves in the CIO role. I chatted with IDC’s Christopher Chute, who is vice president of the SMB Cloud and Mobility Practice, about his recent study assessing how millennial CIOs are investing in digital transformation. Here’s a recap of our conversation. Chris, what does digital transformation mean to millennial CIOs? Cl...
 
  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...
 
  #1 Sign Someone Isn't A Great Leader
by Marshall Goldsmith - Apr, 2016
A few years ago, former General Mills CEO Steve Sanger told nearly 100 of his colleagues: “As you all know, last year my team told me that I needed to do a better job of coaching my direct reports. I just reviewed my 360-degree feedback. I have been working on becoming a better coach for the past year or so. I’m still not doing quite as well as I want, but I’m getting a lot better. My coworkers have been helping me improve. An...
 
  Hey HR, Can You Really Be Effective Internal Coaches?
by Marshall Goldsmith - Apr, 2016
Can internal HR professionals do an effective job of coaching leaders? Definitely. Will most internal HR coaches be effective in coaching leaders? Maybe. My friend, Linda Sharkey, did some outstanding research on internal HR coaching when she was at GE Capital a few years ago. The findings were very clear: Not only could internal coaches do as good a job as external coaches, internal coaches often did a better job than e...
 
  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...
 
  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...
 
  Emotionally Intelligent Leaders Ignite Passion and Performance
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Mar, 2016
Look at today’s top-performing companies, and you’ll inevitably find a high degree of employee engagement. From frontline workers to CEOs, people are passionate about their companies’ purpose, values and mission. Most workers are motivated to give their best and often go beyond what’s required. Some are lucky enough to work for companies that are consistently designated a “best place to work.” But for countless other org...
 
  Why The Annual Review Process Damages Employee Engagement
by Kathy Caprino - Mar, 2016
Throughout the 18 years I worked in corporate America, at numerous organizations and in many different roles, there was one process that never changed – the annual employee review. Anyone who’s ever been reviewed in this way knows that it’s a lack-luster experience at best, devastating at worst. Unfortunately, managers rely on this one opportunity each year to tell employees how they are faring in the eyes of management, often...
 
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