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    Moving Up the Ladder - Blind Ambition, Limitless Potential
by Patricia Walsh and Tim Muma - Nov, 2014
On this episode, Tim Muma speaks with an individual who has worked as an engineer for Microsoft, is an entrepreneur herself, and completes marathons, triathlons and the Ironman competition with relative ease. She also happens to be blind. Patricia Walsh joins LJNRadio to discuss her path to success and how she picked herself up from the depths of depression and self-doubt to become a world-class athlete and sought-after speake...
 
    Employment Notebook - Conflict Management
by Barbara Baggerly-Hinojosa and Cady Chesney - Nov, 2014
Conflict is defined in Webster’s dictionary as “a sharp disagreement or opposition of interests or ideas.” In the workplace it is expected that conflict will arise, and that team members will handle the conflict professionally. Handling and resolving conflict is no easy task, and many struggle with doing so in a tactful manner. Cady Chesney is joined by Dr. Barbara Baggerly-Hinojosa, author of “Are you a Ten? The Ten Character...
 
    The LJNRadio Quad - Episode 67
by Roselle Rogers, Tim Muma, Lynn Molitor and Jamie Gobel - Oct, 2014
The LJNRadio Quad features four of our hosts from LJNRadio, gathering to share their thoughts, ideas, and perspectives on just about any employment-related topic. Agree or disagree, you're bound to learn something about our hosts or the world of employment. Topics du Jour Avoiding and Handling Stress - It doesn't matter what career you've chosen, stress is right around the corner. It's important to recognize...
 
    Job Search Guide - Acing the Screening Interview
by Melissa Llarena and Tim Muma - Oct, 2014
Screening interviews are a vital component to ultimately landing a job, but many struggle with this step. A little preparation and expert insight always helps, and that's where LJNRadio comes into play. Melissa Llarena, career coach and president of Career Outcomes Matter, joins Tim Muma to give listeners detailed advice on what it takes to ace these interviews. Job Search Guide covers all facets of the process from strateg...
 
  10 Ways to Sharpen Your Focus: The #1 Key to Success
by Michelle Kerrigan - Nov, 2014
The first thing you need to know is this: Discomfort and the desire for something better drives change. It’s why you and your company go in new directions: to relieve pain of poor sales, poor performance, poor salary, poor leadership, poor anything. It’s why we look forward to a new year: To address the discomfort of the old one by exploring new and better ways of doing things. I’ve been in the business world for a long...
 
  The Secret To Changing Your Career? Change Your Fear
by Christie Mims - Nov, 2014
Have you ever thought about trying something new with your career, or making a switch in your current job and then immediately said to yourself: “Oh – but I could never do that.” The reasons you have are many: Your mortgage (or rent) payment. The economy. You are worried about your kids. This isn’t a good time. Your current job is not too bad, so why rock the boat? You think these thoughts to yourself quickly and the...
 
  Want to Get Noticed at Work? Three Things Women Could Be
by Christie Mims - Nov, 2014
Sometimes you wonder: “Why did he get promoted?” “What was it about me that seems to blend into the background?” “Why could I be doing differently?” “Why am I stuck?” and... “Why do I sometimes feel like I’m missing something?” We have all felt that way at some point, whether as a lowly intern or a senior principal. The big secret that we sometimes forget to share is that no matter where you are in your career, th...
 
  5 Tips for Career Relocation
by Heather Krasna - Nov, 2014
Perhaps you want to be closer to your aging parents. Or perhaps you want to move to a city that is a hub of an industry that offers more opportunity for career growth. Maybe you just need more sunshine, more mountains, or less traffic. Whatever your motivation, job seekers who hope to relocate can encounter special challenges. Many companies won’t even consider candidates who are relocating. They worry you will need to...
 
  5 Trust-Building Skills for Emotionally Intelligent Leaders
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Nov, 2014
This week I coached the senior VP of Human Resources of a Silicon Valley company regarding providing executive coaching for the company CEO. She asked some very insightful questions to determine fit. She specifically wanted to know how I work with different personality styles, and my methods for helping cultivate a culture of trust. This week I coached the senior VP of Human Resources of a Silicon Valley company regarding pr...
 
  Creating Trust for Emotionally Intelligent Leaders – 4 Components of Trust
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Nov, 2014
I recently spoke with the senior VP of Human Resources of a Silicon Valley company regarding providing executive coaching for the company CEO who she described as having some blind spots related to developing trust. She asked some very insightful questions to determine fit. She specifically wanted to know how I work with different personality styles, and my methods for helping cultivate a culture of trust. The senior VP of...
 
  How to Measure Trust for Emotionally Intelligent Leaders
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Nov, 2014
I recently spoke with the senior VP of Human Resources of a Silicon Valley company regarding providing executive coaching for the company CEO who she described as having some blind spots related to developing trust. She asked some very insightful questions to determine fit. She specifically wanted to know how I work with different personality styles, and my methods for helping cultivate a culture of trust. The senior VP of...
 
  Leading with Trust for Emotionally Intelligent Leaders
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Nov, 2014
“Trust is a critical ingredient for leadership, since few people follow someone they do not trust…You cannot even get out of the starting gate as a leader if others do not believe your words.” ~ Cornell University Professor Tony Simons, The Integrity Dividend: Leading by the Power of Your Word (Jossey-Bass, 2008) I recently spoke with the senior VP of Human Resources of a Silicon Valley company regarding providing executive...
 
  Got The Sunday Night Career Blues?
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Nov, 2014
The way we feel about our job at any given time can vary depending on a wide array of factors: how a particular project is going; technical issues; how well staff is performing; etc. However, when you have a chronic case of the Sunday Night Blues – dreading the return to work each Monday – that’s a sign that it’s time to consider changing jobs or possibly even careers. In a recent LinkedIn post, Sallie Krawcheck, former ban...
 
  You’re Fired! Dealing with Unexpected Career Transitions (Part 2)
by Kalindi Garvin - Nov, 2014
“You’re Fired” Somehow, it seems much more benign when Donald Trump says those two words at the end of every episode of The Apprentice. But when those words are directed to you, you may be shocked. What you do next, however, can make the difference in the length of time you’re unemployed, and how you fare financially. Generally, you’ll be told of your termination in a face-to-face meeting. The meeting might be led by you...
 
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