| Employment Notebook - How Great Mothers Make Great Leaders
by Jas Singh and Jenna Connour - May, 2015
In a world of fast-paced, high-pressure jobs, companies are often looking for employees that can “handle the heat.” And who is better suited to handle pressure than a mother? Salary.com estimated last year that a stay-at-home mother would earn an annual salary of nearly $119,000, if compensated for all of her mothering duties. In the workplace, mothers can be just as valuable. Jas Singh returns to LJNRadio to share his insight...
| Management Decisions - Female Entrepreneurs: Achievements and Challenges
by Kay Koplovitz and Tim Muma - Apr, 2015
Kay Koplovitz became the first woman to head a TV network in 1977 when she founded the USA Network. She later stepped up to become the chairman and CEO of the Sci-Fi Channel, displaying her tremendous knowledge and skill as an entrepreneur and executive. She joins Tim Muma to discuss her experiences, what women have to offer as business leaders, and the challenges that still exist. Kay also gives LJNRadio the inside scoop on h...
| Employment Notebook - Better Nutrition for the Overworked
by Jill Weisenberger and Tim Muma - Feb, 2015
It's not secret that Americans are constantly busy and a hectic work schedule plays a large role. This often leads to poor eating and nutritional habits that effect their productivity - and lives in general. Jill Weisenberger, a certified nutritionist and dietitian, joins Tim Muma to give LJNRadio listeners practical tips to eat better and be healthier despite a crammed workload. Jill shares her own experiences and offers insi...
| Moving Up the Ladder - The Truth Behind Titles
by Michelle Tenzyk and Tim Muma - Jul, 2014
Michelle Tenzyk, president of East Tenth Group, sparked the idea for "The Truth Behind Our Titles," a movement she and a number of other professional women are leading as a means to provide awareness. Michelle describes the origin and philosophy of this movement, telling Tim Muma why it's important to understand the challenges that individuals face throughout their careers. The ideas of strength, resilience and hope are all ke...
5 Ways to Get Your Life Back When Work is Super Busy
by Melody Wilding - Oct, 2014
We’ve all been there: A big project comes up that’s super important to your company (and your career), and it quickly becomes an all-hands-on-deck situation. Work shifts to priority number one, leaving everything else in your life to fall by the wayside. Suddenly, you’re clocking 12 hours at the office every day, responding to emails from home at all hours of the night, and fighting off the million to-dos running through yo...
A Blueprint for Telecommuting Success
by Jill Kurtz - Jun, 2014
Our roads are congested, gas prices are high, and internet access is just about pervasive nationwide. Despite these realities, most jobs still operate under the 40-hour butt in an office seat model. There is a Federal law that allows for telework and the President has just issued a memo calling for more telework options. But many organizations seem reluctant. People can work effectively from remote locations but the busines...
What Can Women Learn From Men?
by Dorothy Montgomery - May, 2014
My radio show, Breaking the Glass Ceiling, Going Beyond Expectations focuses on the “inner” glass ceiling-those limiting mindsets and beliefs that women hold on to that keep us from having the career and life we deserve. Every week I interview amazing women who have played by the rules, overcame adversity, and thrive in their careers. What I find interesting is that we all face similar issues: balancing the numerous demands...
A Letter to My 20-Year-Old Careerist Self About What Really Matters
by Karen Vitale - Mar, 2013
It’s a classic Catch-22—with a careerist twist. When facing big decisions early in your career, you don’t have tons of real-world experience to draw upon. And by the time you’ve actually racked up a decent supply of workplace wisdom, you may feel like you no longer need career advice. If only career tracks came with fast-forward and rewind buttons. (Or a blue police call box, for those who like to time travel in style.) Wh...
How to Walk Into Your Boss’s Office With Confidence and Walk Out With a Raise
by Katie Slater - Mar, 2013
It’s the holy grail of negotiating for yourself at work—walking into your boss’s office and knowing you will come out with a raise. It is actually possible. And no, there isn’t a magic phrase or action. It takes more than minimal effort. But putting in the time to understand what it takes, and then doing it, will get you that raise. Understand your workplace’s financial dynamics Long before you walk into tha...
How Your Parents Could Cost You a Promotion
by Ben Drake - Feb, 2013
Did your parents ever tell you that if you work real hard and keep your head down, the rest will take care of itself? As far as career advice goes, that’s B.S. You’ve been at your job for a little while now. You love the company; you enjoy your job. You’ve worked really hard, mastered your current post, and exceeded all expectations…Yet you are still overworked and underpaid, your boss thinks Jimmy in the cubicle next-...
5 Hidden Effects of Stress
by Alexandra Levit - Oct, 2012
Stress, a response that has evolved in humans over hundreds of thousands of years, is something we working professionals tend to take for granted. We have to wake up in the morning – every morning – commute to an office, accomplish any number of tasks while proving our overall value to the organization, contend with a multitude of factors that are beyond our control, and arrive home in time to eek out some semblance of a pers...
Networking Choices that Change You
by John E. Kobara - Aug, 2012
What you choose changes you. We are confronted with many choices everyday. We select when to get up, what we wear, eat, and what we do. We decide what our priorities are, what needs to be done and who are our friends will be. While we can sometimes feel that life happens to us, we choose many of the details. Possibly the most important thing we do is decide where our attention is placed. What we listen to, look at, and und...
Career Coach: Advice for blushers and job hunters
by Dr. Joyce E. A. Russell - May, 2012
Managing a difficult co-worker Q:I have a co-worker in another office who often scolds me via e-mail and adds additional names to the “cc:” line. It is not as embarrassing as it is annoying. How do I approach her tactfully to put an end to this? A: E-mail is often used inappropriately. It is definitely not the best forum for delivering bad or uncomfortable news. The e-mails often escalate back and forth and then the issu...
How to Answer Questions About Underperforming Co-workers
by Bonnie Lowe - Apr, 2012
A new subscriber recently asked me how to respond to this type of interview question: "What would you do if a colleague was not pulling his weight?" Note: since the question is worded with "colleague" and not "employee" or "subordinate," I'm going to answer this as it would apply to a NONSUPERVISORY position. There are generally two management styles that determine how employers want their people to handle such situati...
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