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  Avoid a Time Bomb: Sexual Harassment
by Judith Lindenberger - Feb, 2011
Over 53 charges of sexual harassment are filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission every business day. What have you done to prevent sexual harassment in your workplace? Sexual harassment is unwanted sexual or gender based behavior that occurs when one person has formal or informal power over the other. Federal law recognizes two different sets of legal grounds for claiming sexual harassment. The first is quid...
 
  Diversity in the Workplace
by Judith Lindenberger - Feb, 2011
As you look around your office, is everyone just like you? Probably not. The demographics of the American workforce have changed dramatically over the last 50 years. In the 1950s, more than 60% of the American workforce consisted of white males. They were typically the sole breadwinners in the household, expected to retire by age 65 and spend their retirement years in leisure activities. Today, the American workforce is a bett...
 
  Gender and Job Seekers
by Judith Lindenberger - Feb, 2011
The current economy has kept me busy doing career coaching for people who have lost their jobs. So last week, when I heard a radio segment on letters of recommendation, I listened. Researchers from Rice University analyzed over 600 letters of recommendation. The letters of recommendation for both women and men used positive words; however, traditionally feminine attributes such as “nurturing”, “kind” and “agreeable” were u...
 
  If Your Company Doesn’t Do Sexual Harassment Training, Why Not?
by Judith Lindenberger - Feb, 2011
Sexual harassment isn’t fun. One man’s – or woman’s – idea of a compliment or joke can start a mess of trouble that can cost companies big money. On January 9, 2006, the largest sexual harassment lawsuit ever, at $1 billion dollars, was filed in New York against Dresdner Klienwort Wasserstein. In 2008, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission received 13,867 charges of sexual harassment; 15.9% of the complaints were filed b...
 
  Interview With a Mentor
by Judith Lindenberger - Feb, 2011
Lois J. Zachary, Ed.D., President, Leadership Development Services, LLC, Phoenix, Arizona, is one of my mentors. I met Lois in 1997 and from the first time I met her she has encouraged me to think big and do more. One of my favorite quotes, which I learned from Lois, is how I sum up our relationship … “Most people don’t know that there are angels whose only job is to make sure that you don’t get too comfortable, and fall aslee...
 
  Legacy, Assumptions and Ginger Nut Biscuits
by Judith Lindenberger - Feb, 2011
I am a member of my local school board and at each board retreat our superintendent asks us the question, “What legacy do you want to leave?” Before I tell you my answer, let me tell you a story about the stranger and the ginger nuts. It goes like this: At the airport after a tiring business trip, a lady’s return flight was delayed. She went to the airport shop, bought a book, a coffee and a small packet containing...
 
  Mentoring Programs … That Actually Work
by Judith Lindenberger - Feb, 2011
According to the American Society for Training and Development, over 75% of executives target mentoring as one of the key factors in their business success. As one mentor put it, “Powerful things happen when a respected, experienced person shows interest in and goes out of his or her way to help another individual develop, especially when that individual is open to being influenced.” Most Programs Fail But if mentoring p...
 
  What Corporate America Can Learn From Physicians: It's All In How You Treat People
by Judith Lindenberger - Feb, 2011
Published in OD/Leadership News, ASTD, May 2006 Recently, the literature in medical economics has caught up with conventional wisdom in terms of medical malpractice lawsuits. What has become apparent is that people are less likely to sue doctors whom they believe have acted in their best interest and who communicate with them clearly and kindly. In plain English, doctors have discovered that good bedside manner is good busi...
 
  4 Essentials for Reaching out to strangers on LinkedIn
by Joshua Waldman - Feb, 2011
Last week, I received an info interview request from a total stranger as a direct message on LinkedIn. And despite my very busy schedule, I decided to take his call. Over the weekend, I asked myself, “Why did I agree”? Let’s take his email apart and put it into 4 essential elements so that you can use them in your own LinkedIn communications. First, here’s the email I got over LinkedIn from J. : Hi Joshua, I notice...
 
  The 5 Tenets of Career Enlightenment
by Joshua Waldman - Feb, 2011
Desperation can make us do strange things. If you’ve ever been laid off, you may recall those first few weeks of shock and disbelief. Then questions arise such as, “how am I going to pay my bills?” or “what’s going to happen to me?” The anxiety sets in. And it’s at this point that you’re the most vulnerable to making a bad career mistake. All of the great stuff you’ve learned about managing your career goes out the wi...
 
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