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    Employment Notebook - Motivating Yourself (and Others) in the Workplace
by Jo Miller and Jenna Connour - Jun, 2014
Motivation is one of the top job candidate qualities that many employers seek when finding talent for their companies. But with days filled with deadlines, meetings, and generally demanding schedules, it can be difficult to find energy for yourself, much less motivate your co-workers as well. We talk with Jo Miller, CEO of Women’s Leadership Coaching, Inc., to learn more about being a motivating force in the workplace. Empl...
 
    Management Decisions - Exit Interviews
by Sharlyn Lauby and Cady Chesney - Jun, 2014
An exit interview takes place when an employee is leaving an organization, and they are meant to be a conversation between the employee and the employer about the employee's experience at the organization. However, many organizations are not receiving the full value of exit interviews because they are not being conducted correctly. Sharlyn Lauby, a human resources executive with over 20 years of experience, joins the show to s...
 
    Management Decisions - Why Your Company Shouldn't Have Employees
by Eric Lowitt and Cady Chesney - Jun, 2014
Does your company have “employees” or people? Your employees are not only people, they are consumers, citizens, and promoters online and offline. Eric Lowitt, CEO of Nexus Global Advisors, joins the show to discuss why you should stop thinking of your individuals at work as employees and start thinking of them as people. In addition, Eric explains how you can get started and the ways this change in thinking can benefit your or...
 
    Management Decisions - Culture of Intention
by Shirl Jenkins and Tim Muma - Jun, 2014
The culture within one's organization can play a huge factor throughout a company, often affecting various components of a company's performance and talent. Shirl Jenkins, Senior Vice President of IntelliDyne, shares her knowledge with Tim Muma about all things culture. Shirl doesn't see culture as a side note to an organization's draw, instead seeing the overwhelming benefit of creating an entire environment focused on genuin...
 
  How Supervising a Small Group Prepares You for the Big Stage | Learning to Lead
by Dawn Lennon - Mar, 2013
Bad supervisors are everywhere. Some know they’re bad and don’t care. Some are clueless. But most desperately want to do better. Most of us don’t want to go to work and be known for doing a poor job. Too often, new supervisors were great technical performers inexperienced in how to lead others. Once they’re in the job, they discover that their success is measured by how well others perform under their direction. Th...
 
  The 5 Disciplines of Genius-Makers
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Dec, 2012
Some bosses make us better and smarter by eliciting and revitalizing our intelligence. Others seem to stifle intelligence and capability, always wanting to be seen as the smartest person in the room. They suck the energy out of the team, whose members end up looking or feeling dumb. IQs seem to drop, and meeting times double. Multipliers follow five principles to bring out the best in people. Each allows workers to stretc...
 
  How To Become Memorable
by Deborah Brown-Volkman - Nov, 2012
What do you want to be remembered for? Think about a few top executives whom you admire. Ask yourself what makes them memorable. It’s likely you can think of specific qualities, expertise or accomplishments for each. Now, think about your own career. What are you admired for? As an executive, you have already accomplished a great deal in your career. But not every executive is influential within their own industry or hi...
 
  Genius or Genius-Maker? How Smart Leaders Bring Out the Best in People
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Nov, 2012
I’ve learned over the years that my most inspiring executive coaching leadership clients are congruent with how they feel and what they say. They get excited in my office telling me inspiring stories that engage their people. They are honest, humble, optimistic, and forward thinking. Emotionally intelligent leaders know that creating a workplace culture and climate where emotions are appropriately expressed increases engage...
 
  How to Give an Effective Performance Review
by Heather Mundell - Oct, 2012
Most of us crave meaningful feedback at work. It's natural to want validation and acknowledgment for our accomplishments, and many of us wish we could hear constructive criticism more often to help us learn and grow. Yet the tool that organizations give managers, the dreaded performance review, is pretty universally loathed. Most managers aren't well-trained on how to give effective feedback. They forget the importance of...
 
  Three Master Skills for Managers
by Heather Mundell - Oct, 2012
By the time managers and small-business owners call me, they’re pretty frustrated and discouraged. They’re a good fit for their job. They’re well-respected. And they’re struggling. Typically the struggles look something like these: • Underperformers on the team • A demanding boss who’s never pleased • Too many projects and not enough resources • Exhaustion While each struggle is unique, there are three skills t...
 
  360° Answers: Should Managers Ignore Minor Offenses?
by Alexandra Levit - Oct, 2012
Each of our workplace experts has weighed in on the following question from a reader to give you four points of view. Here’s the question, with our experts’ responses below: "As a manager, I know how to handle big performance issues; people need to be warned, given time to improve, and then either shape up or ship out. I’m wondering, though, about less severe issues and how to properly handle them. One of my bigges...
 
  Does Gen Y Want to Run Your Company?
by Alexandra Levit - Oct, 2012
Bruce Tulgan is one of the top thinkers in the world of generational differences and intergenerational communication. In fact, he has served as a mentor to me in this space for the better part of a decade. On his blog, Bruce recently shared this scenario: At a major food conglomerate, summer interns are usually given an assignment, such as a big data-entry project, that they can complete during the course of their sum...
 
  Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go
by Alexandra Levit - Oct, 2012
I am very fortunate to count Beverly Kaye among my smartest and savviest mentors. For those of you who might not know her, Bev is a pioneer in the field of talent management and career development and continues to innovate at the helm of a large HR consultancy and with her new book, Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go. Besides the title, I also love that the book debunks myths (Blind Spots, anyone)? Here are a few Bev offers...
 
  Are you a Good Leader?
by Nicholas Dillon - Sep, 2012
A leader is not born. A leader is created and the whole process starts inside the most dangerous place you’ll ever encounter – your own mind. How can you become a strong leader who inspires others, drives people toward excellence, holds people accountable, and instills a sense of trust? Learning what makes a great leader is your first step. Here are some things you can do to become the leader you’ve always wanted to...
 
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