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    Management Decisions - The Four No-No's of Leadership
by Terri Klass and Jenna Connour - Apr, 2015
Leaders play a pivotal role in the workplace, contributing to the success of their employees and – ultimately – the company. When it comes to leadership, however, there are some definite characteristics that should be avoided at all costs. To learn more about these, LJNRadio’s Jenna Connour chats with Terri Klass, leadership skills training consultant and the founder of Terri Klass Consulting. On Management Decisions (forme...
 
    Employment Notebook - Getting (and Using) Great Ideas From Your Employees
by Lawrence Scotland and Tim Muma - Apr, 2015
As an organization grows and continues to build its team, it can be a challenge to sincerely gather ideas from employees. Lawrence Scotland, director of integrated marketing for Coastal.com, says you should ditch the traditional suggestion box and get your diverse personnel excited about real innovation. Lawrence gives Tim Muma practical advice and examples of the different ways employers can make great use of the additional k...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - The Science of Negotiation
by Art Markman and Tim Muma - Apr, 2015
The negotiation process - whether for a new job or a potential promotion - can be an extremely challenging and uncomfortable situation. Each scenario has its own unique factors, but some aspects remain constant. Art Markman, professor of Psychology and Marketing at the University of Texas at Austin, points to the scientific and psychological considerations in every negotiation. Art gives Tim Muma the lowdown on what to focus o...
 
    Management Decisions - True Leaders Don't Care About Titles or Formalities
by Dean Williams and Tim Muma - Apr, 2015
The topic of leadership has always been a popular one on LJNRadio, but in this episode we're examining the use of titles and formal processes as a leader. Dean Williams teaches leadership at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, and he tells Tim Muma that true leaders don't focus on the labels and technical aspects of a role, but rather they key in on development, progress and getting the job done. Dean explains how individu...
 
  Conflict at Work? Learn about 4 Goals of Inter-personal, Misbehavior
by Sharon Cohen - Apr, 2015
Unhappy at work? Confused about why your coworkers/boss do what they do? Would you like to improve your relationships? Understand what motivates you and your colleagues. Cut the drama and increase cooperation and teamwork... I used to work as a Conflict Resolution Manager at a College of Business, Technology and Healthcare in beautiful, Vancouver, British Columbia (Canada). I helped mediate conflict between faculty, st...
 
  Conflict at Work? Learn about 4 Goals of Inter-personal, Misbehavior
by Sharon Cohen - Apr, 2015
Unhappy at work? Confused about why your coworkers/boss do what they do? Would you like to improve your relationships? Understand what motivates you and your colleagues. Cut the drama and increase cooperation and teamwork... I used to work as a Conflict Resolution Manager at a College of Business, Technology and Healthcare in beautiful, Vancouver, British Columbia (Canada). I helped mediate conflict between faculty, st...
 
  Critical Steps You Need to Follow Now—to Become a Leader in the Future
by Terri Tierney Clark - Apr, 2015
Whether you have just started your first job or you are several years into your career, it’s not too early to pave the way for a leadership role ahead of you. In fact, if you don’t start thinking about how you can become successful in the future, success may elude you down the road. That’s because there are certain career path essentials that you need to consider and skills you need to acquire to achieve a top position in you...
 
  Smiling can make your day and boost your career
by Beverly Jones - Apr, 2015
In his popular 1936 book, How to Win Friends & Influence People, Dale Carnegie offered advice for becoming popular, persuasive and successful. Among the book's well-known techniques is Principle 2 of his "Six Ways to Make People Like You." That rule is brief: "Smile." Carnegie quoted this Chinese proverb: "a man without a smiling face must not open a shop." Your smile, he said, "is a messenger of your goodwill," and a simpl...
 
  How Involved Are You in Your Work?
by Carole Kanchier - Apr, 2015
Do you identify closely with your job? Are your moods and feelings affected by your work? Are you involved in your job? Job involvement refers to the psychological and emotional extent to which people participate in their work, profession and company. Top performers who are engaged in their work generally have high levels of job involvement. Studies show high job involvement contributes to high job satisfaction, employee mor...
 
  Advance Your Career Through Mentoring
by Stacy Harshman - Apr, 2015
Mentoring is most often defined as a professional relationship in which an expert, the mentor, who has experience and wisdom, assists a novice, the mentee, to gain knowledge, skills, and experience that will contribute to the mentee’s professional growth. American businessman John Crosby describes the concept as “a brain to pick, an ear to listen, and a push in the right direction”. What are the benefits? Mentoring can bene...
 
  3 Reasons Why Reinvention Is So Darn Hard
by Stacey Lane - Apr, 2015
Maybe it’s because the job market has improved. Or they’re just tired of feeling so unsatisfied. Or that it’s spring. Or my clients have known for a while that they’re mismatched with their current career. Whatever the reason, reinvention is on their minds. When I surveyed my list about what they’d like to hear about, Reinvention was the number one webinar topic they said they’d like to see. Let me tell you a little bit mor...
 
  6 Strategies on How to Use Conflict as a Powerful Career Tool
by Lisa Rangel - Apr, 2015
Conflict is one of the most underutilized career tools. When conflict presents itself, you want to run, but I suggest that you don’t. Many professionals go to great lengths to duck conflict. That’s because, as Peter T. Colemen and Robert Ferguson explain in the book “Making Conflict Work,” it “elicits anxiety.” Yet, managing conflict is absolutely necessary for achieving your own professional as well as the organization’s g...
 
  5 Ways To Create A Spring Spark In Your Business
by Valerie Sokolosky - Apr, 2015
I love the descriptive words for spring! Refresh. Renew. Re-energize. Recently our team was talking about how ready we are to tell Old Man Winter to take a hike. And ask Spring Sunshine to show herself soon. I echoed their sentiment that when spring comes, most of us are more than ready to re-energize and do something exciting, something new. Let’s look at 5 things you can do to create a spring spark into your busin...
 
  Bad Bosses Happen, But Suffering Is Optional
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Apr, 2015
Talent leaves an organization when they’re badly managed or when the organization fails to inspire them or provide room for new challenges and growth. You need to use your professional power and take control of your career trajectory. If you have a bad boss, suffering in silence (or out loud) is not a wise career strategy. I encourage you to take your power back in your work environment. Here are techniques to rehabilitate...
 
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