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    Management Decisions - Learning from Prince and His Estate Planning Mistakes
by Alex Menassa and Tim Muma - Jun, 2016
The death of Prince drew tons of attention to his work as a musician and artist, including the number of pieces he had never released. Like many people across the U.S., Prince made some costly mistakes with his estate that will create a burden for his family and his legacy. Alex Menassa, senior financial planner for Szarka Financial, gives Tim Muma insight into how we can learn from Prince's poor planning, and what we should b...
 
    Employment Notebook - Manager's Guide to Getting Results
by David Dye and Tim Muma - May, 2016
Managerial success could be defined in a number of ways, but there's no denying the path to such success has changed over the past few decades. The workplaces, cultures, expectations and employees have all evolved and it impacts the way a manager can effectively run a team. David Dye, founder and president of Trailblaze, Inc., explains to Tim Muma how motivation is a myth and quality teams start with hiring. David also gives u...
 
    Employment Notebook - Conversations to Help Develop High Performers
by William Dann and Tim Muma - May, 2016
One key to long-term, sustainable success is the level of performance put forth by each employee. Not every person comes to your organization as an 'A' player, but there are ways to bring them up to high performer status. William Dann, founder and president of Professional Growth Systems, leverages his years in management and as a CEO to discuss the types of communication that develops high performers. He also explains to Tim...
 
    Management Decisions - A New Kind of Capitalism, Necessary in a Global Economy
by Bruce Piasecki and Tim Muma - Apr, 2016
The evolution of business and the economy continues to force organizations to adapt in different ways to remain successful and thrive. Dr. Bruce Piasecki, president and founder of AHC Group, Inc., discusses the idea of social response capitalism as the future of capitalism. He describes to Tim Muma the key components of this movement and the importance of a new perception in a truly global economy. Bruce also draws points from...
 
  Don't Coach Integrity Violations - Fire Them!
by Marshall Goldsmith - Jun, 2016
A very wise leader, Alan Mulally, the former CEO of Ford and Fortune’s #3 greatest leader in the world 2013, once told me, “The key to your success is having great customers. If you have a great customer, your process will always work. If you have the wrong customer, your process will never work.” You probably won’t be surprised to learn that not all executive coaching engagements are successful. Unsuccessful coaching engag...
 
  How to do Citizen Development the Right Way
by Alexandra Levit - Jun, 2016
Alec Sprague is not an IT guy. His background is in consumer advocacy, but in his position as database developer for Work for Progress, he has instituted a culture of citizen development at the fast-growing nonprofit organization. “Our organization is scrappy,” Sprague said. “We operate on shoestring budgets to maximize our benefit to society and our return-on-investment for our funders and donors.” At the beginning of h...
 
  Your Role In The Performance Review
by Debra Wheatman - Jun, 2016
Marie is a client who is presently seeking a new opportunity in her field. When I asked her why she was looking to leave her current role and company, this is what she told me: There have been a number of disagreements, or misalignments in perspective, with my current boss over the last year and a half. However, the final straw came at this year’s annual performance review. My boss gave me a rating of “Needs Improvement” in...
 
  What I've Learned From 6 Months Of Simplifying
by Lindsey Pollak - Jun, 2016
At this point, most of us have heard of Marie Kondo and her best-selling manifesto, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up. She suggests decluttering by asking yourself about every single thing you own: Does this spark joy? I love this question, but the truth is my decluttering bar is set a little lower: I don’t always need what I have to bring me joy. I just need it to not bring me angst. That’s been my key takeaway so far...
 
  The Power of Clearly Defined Goals
by Sherri Edwards - Jun, 2016
Looking down instead of ahead can cause you to end up with your head hitting a brick wall or getting sideswiped by a car you didn’t see coming. The same devastation can happen with your career if you don’t know where you are going and don’t have a plan. If your plan is nothing more than to continue doing what you are doing and expect everything else around you to remain the same, then ever-changing business needs may leave you...
 
  "Cutting Edge" Strategies for Reorganizing or Downsizing
by Mark Gorkin - Jun, 2016
“Cutting-Edge” Strategies for Reorganizing or Downsizing: The Stress Doc’s Top Ten Tips for Tip-Top Management Warning: This satire may be hazardous to the ironically impaired. We inhabit an era of organizational restructuring or downsizing, or better still, rightsizing, or most on target, what I call “frightsizing.” The challenge for top management is having the savvy and guts to gut much of your workforce while stil...
 
  What's In A Name? A Lot!
by Debra Wheatman - Jun, 2016
My first name, Debra, is spelled in a nontraditional way. I spell it out for people, and it still comes back “Deborah.” You would think that I would have become accustomed to this by now, but to be truthful, each time it happens, it’s slightly more annoying than the previous infraction. My name is part of my identity, and when someone can’t be bothered to spell it correctly, I feel a bit marginalized. I work with clients fr...
 
  Authentic Leadership
by Sara Canaday - Jun, 2016
While many professionals today have embraced the popular concept of the “authentic leader,” I often wonder whether that pendulum has swung too far to one side. In fact, this latest trend prompts me to think, “here we go again.” Authentic Leadership Don’t get me wrong; I think authenticity is an important attribute for leaders. It gives them the ability to move through different situations in a more natural way, displayin...
 
  Unrealistic Expectations - Lighthearted Look At A Serious Situation
by Georgia Adamson - Jun, 2016
If you encounter the specter of unrealistic expectations in your work environment–from your boss or others–you might wonder how it’s possible to take a lighthearted look at that potentially serious situation. However, I believe a little levity isn’t out of line and could help you navigate such a situation if (or when) you do encounter it. I’m happy to share a few that have occurred to me; feel free to add yours to the l...
 
  More Than Fetching Coffee: How To Build Great Relationships
by Lindsey Pollak - Jun, 2016
With summer intern season about to begin, I wanted to share helpful advice I’ve been reading about making internships truly beneficial for both interns and organizations. What you do to help interns succeed will impact them far beyond this summer. And their contributions can make a real difference to your operations. Start Off On the Right Foot “On the first day of the job, an intern is most likely going to feel a little...
 
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