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by Karlin Sloan Employed people ages 25 to 54 spend an average of 8.8 hours working each day, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Because of this large time commitment, the workplace is much more than an office … Continue reading
Starting a career in management can seem like it’s all about giving orders or telling people what to do. Then, as we get more experience and become more knowledgeable about running a business, we can think the juice comes from … Continue reading
We have two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as much as we speak.” Epictetus quotes (Greek philosopher associated with the Stoics, AD 55-c.135) Managers often think they’re good at listening but if you ask their staff, … Continue reading
Have you ever worked for a screamer? The kind of boss that makes you cringe and want to hide. The sheer velocity freezes you, making you immobile to accomplish what he is so frustrated that you haven’t accomplished? Recently, the WSJ … Continue reading
by Lois Zachary Maria decided she had work to do. She identified ten behaviors to help her stay in good conversation. She reviewed them and, what’s more, she actually followed-through and got better at it. That is until….. Until she … Continue reading
Did you know that employees who work for a dis-engaged manager are four times as likely to be dis-engaged? We already have a workforce where as much as 75% of the workforce is dis-engaged. On top of that, DDI, a … Continue reading
Like him or hate him, Tony Robbins has come up with six motivators that dominate our human needs. CBS profiled these and we believe they’re similar to psychologist Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. Know and use these six motivators to … Continue reading
Your default setting can also be called your comfort zone. This is the behavior you tend to exhibit when faced with certain situations. As a leader, you want to be aware of these so that you have a choice of … Continue reading
Just think if your reaction to events triggered an army of allies just waiting to help you make the smartest decision and best response in a split second? Would you want that? How valuable would that be to your career or home life in times … Continue reading