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  Could Your Organization Practice Open Allocation?
by Alexandra Levit - Sep, 2015
Github. Gore & Associates. Treehouse. Valve. What do these companies have in common? Well, besides the fact that they are forward-thinking, pioneering firms, they all practice a leadership style called open allocation. In open allocation, employees select how to spend their time and the projects on which they’ll work. There is no such thing as hierarchy. In an open allocation culture, employees are accountable to t...
 
  Decision Making Bias
by Gary Cohen - Sep, 2015
As an executive coach, I have read many books about executive coaching and leadership. I have attended programs at some of the finest executive coaching and leadership training programs in the world. And even though they all spend a great deal of time on hidden beliefs, which are certainly important, they mostly skip over two elements I find critical in my work: fallacies and decision bias. Fallacies are the use of ineffect...
 
  Employer Webinars
by Local JobNetwork™ - Sep, 2015
between paragraphs in order to separate them in HTML. Bold the host names, credentials, and certifications--> We are going back to the basics in understanding compliance with the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP). This webinar is ideal for federal contractors, subcontractors, compliance specialists, and HR professionals who w...
 
  7 Secrets to Become a Master of Meetings
by Lindsey Pollak - Sep, 2015
“Oh yay! A meeting!” said no one, ever. Your typical meeting brings typical complaints: It’s long. Boring. Useless. But make no mistake – your meeting style matters to your career success and becoming a master of meetings will bolster your brand as a leader. I revisit this topic a lot: In fact, when I talked with MSNBC’s The Cycle about Gen Y “becoming the boss” in the workplace, they asked about meeting style. My bel...
 
  How to Tell If Your Company Culture Is ‘Going to the Dogs’
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Sep, 2015
The phrase, 'going to the dogs' often carries a negative connotation. However, Glassdoor recently compiled a list of 10 companies whose employee perks include dogs in the workplace, and in this instance, 'going to the dogs' is a very good thing! While not everyone would agree that permission to bring a four-legged friend to the workplace is a perk, many pet owners and pet lovers would jump at the opportunity to bring their...
 
  Business Owners: How To Navigate A Price Increase
by Alexandra Levit - Sep, 2015
Small-business owners are often ecstatic that customers want to buy their products and services, and once an offering is successful and has been improved upon, it could be time to consider a price increase. However, this is a decision that does not come easily.To get to the bottom of when and why you should raise your prices and how to roll out price increases without upsetting your loyal customers, I tapped three owners for a...
 
  Virtual Reality is Coming to an HR Function Near You
by Alexandra Levit - Sep, 2015
Ever heard of Ernest Cline’s Ready Player One? It’s a novel that takes place in the year 2045. Human civilization is in a dark period, so people seek refuge in a virtual reality world called the OASIS. Many spend all their waking hours in the simulation – working, taking classes, exploring different cultures, and trying out new hobbies. The book became a pop culture phenomenon when Steven Spielberg signed on to direct th...
 
  Football Season and the Workplace: Productivity Drain or Engagement Opportunity?
by Mary G. White - Sep, 2015
With football season getting started, the sport is likely to make its presence known in the American workplace. Employees who are football fans will likely spend quite a bit of time while they’re at work chatting about recent and upcoming games, updating Fantasy Football rosters, ribbing co-workers who follow rival teams and more. Can this impact productivity in a negative way? Sure it can. However, employers can also leverage...
 
  How to Structure a Business Presentation
by Mary G. White - Sep, 2015
Getting ready for a business presentation requires preparation and practice. There are important steps to delivering a presentation effectively that you need to follow. You must be knowledgeable about your subject matter, but that isn’t enough. You must also have the information organized in a manner that will allow you to quickly capture the interest of your audience and that will keep it all the way through. Attention-Gra...
 
  Why You’re So Indecisive (and Smart Ways to Get Over It)
by Melody Wilding - Sep, 2015
You’ve just worked your third 12-hour day in a row, with no sign of the craziness winding down in the days ahead, when a client calls you with yet another problem that needed to be solved—yesterday. In that moment, it may seem like your brain simply gives up while your client is still on the line, waiting for you to provide another one of the quick, brilliant solutions that she’s come to depend on you for. This moment of...
 
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