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    Employment Notebook - The Effects and Perceptions of Crying at Work
by Anna Ranieri and Tim Muma - Aug, 2015
Many places of work can bring about an array of emotions on each end of the scale, and yet it's always been taboo to actually break down and cry in a vast majority of cases. Career counselor and executive coach, Anna Ranieri, joins Tim Muma to discuss the different reasons an employee might cry at the office, and what impact that can have. Anna looks at gender differences, the perspective of colleagues versus management, and w...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - Myth vs. Reality: Effective Management
by Joseph Lucco and Tim Muma - Aug, 2015
It's another edition of Myth vs. Reality where we take common phrases or beliefs about specific topics to have our guests determine if they're true or false. When people move into a managerial role, there is often a difficult transition in learning to effectively manage individuals and projects. Joseph Lucco, a consultant for ClearPoint Strategy, breaks down the thoughts and strategies we often hear related to management. Jose...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - Marcus Center Features: A Broadway Lunch with Niffer Clarke and Paul Helm
by Niffer Clarke, Tim Muma and Paul Helm - Jul, 2015
In the summer of 2015, the Marcus Center in Milwaukee is featuring a host of free programming as part of its "Live at Peck Pavilion" series. Tim Muma speaks with Niffer Clarke and Paul Helm, a pair of talented performers, about their live show, "A Broadway Lunch." Niffer and Paul have countless credits to their names as actors, singers, musicians, and directors, and they give us a rundown of where their careers have taken them...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - Career Roomba Syndrome
by Brad Zomick and Tim Muma - Jul, 2015
It's common for people to bounce around to different jobs throughout their careers, but there comes a point where it can be a problem. Brad Zomick rejoins LJNRadio to talk about the Career Roomba Syndrome, named after the automatic vacuum cleaner that moves around the room with a lack of real direction. Brad tells Tim Muma about the dangers of this syndrome, how to avoid it, and what to do if you find yourself bouncing around...
 
  4 Things Successful Leaders Do to Empower Employees
by Marshall Goldsmith - Aug, 2015
As a manager or leader, do you let your people assume more responsibility when they are able? Do you know when that is, or do you keep telling yourself that they aren’t ready yet? In my travels around the world, I talk with thousands of people every year who want to be treated as “partners” rather than as employees. They want information to flow up as well as down. But, oftentimes, leaders do not want to give up control....
 
  How to Work When You’re Dealing With a Personal Crisis
by Melody Wilding - Aug, 2015
If you’ve made your career a top priority, you’re no doubt a pro at honoring your professional commitments and continually striving for excellence. You may have even made sacrifices to succeed in the workplace—like not calling in sick when you probably should have or putting your social life on the back burner to stay late and produce the best possible results at the office. But how do you keep those career ambitions on tra...
 
  Do you know why you are unemployed?
by Sherri Edwards - Aug, 2015
If you are thinking this is a dumb question, you may want to think again. Unless you are aware of the circumstances that led to your layoff or termination and are also very clear about your current market value, you’ll be unable to craft a strategy for moving forward. Although statistics may show there are more jobs available this year, what you actually do and how you do it will play a significant part in determining whether...
 
  11 Ways to Overcome Change Resistance
by Mary G. White - Aug, 2015
Is change really the only constant in life? Many well-known thought leaders – as well as at least one ancient Greek philosopher (Heraclitus) – seem to think so. It may not be the only constant, but change is certainly an important – and ongoing – aspect of the world of work. 11 Strategies for Overcoming Change Resistance HR professionals, executives, managers and business owners are well-served by spending some time lear...
 
  15 Key Characteristics of Influential People
by Mary G. White - Aug, 2015
Do you want to be viewed as an influencer in your organization or profession? First, you need to realize that you don’t get to decide that you are an influential person. It’s up to other people to decide if they want to allow themselves to be influenced by you. The first step in learning how to cultivate influence lies with considering key behaviors and characteristics of people who tend to be viewed as influential and focusin...
 
  9 Keys to Cultivating Influence for Professional Success
by Mary G. White - Aug, 2015
You don’t have to be a boss to be an influential person within your company or profession. Whether or not other people see you as an individual has a lot with how you conduct yourself in the workplace. Knowledgeable individuals who focus on building positive workplace relationships built on respect and credibility are the ones most likely to have the ability to influence others. 9 Important Keys to Cultivating Influence...
 
  How to Be a Better Leader than a Robot
by Alexandra Levit - Aug, 2015
Edward Hess, a professor at the University of Virginia’s Darden Graduate School of Business and the author of the new book Learn or Die: Using Science to Build a Leading-Edge Learning Organization, says that artificial intelligence is the most significant human invention since fire. We’ve known for some time that AI is quickly replacing rote human tasks, but as technology becomes more sophisticated, traditional “white collar”...
 
  Show Executive Presence in How You Deal with Critics
by Valerie Sokolosky - Aug, 2015
We all have them—critics I mean. They can be as close as the person across the breakfast table or as distant as an unknown source of a nasty “Tweet” on your Twitter account. You can’t control what critics say, but you can control your reactions! Maintain composure by considering how the criticism may just be an opportunity for your growth. Dwelling on the negative will only cause stress and doubt. Who needs that?! Leaders a...
 
  This Four Letter Word Will Boost Your Productivity
by Alexandra Levit - Aug, 2015
Perfectionists are often reminded that “done is better than perfect.” But it turns out that there’s another reason we should all try to create more “done” moments in our workdays. Fellow Fast Track writer Alison Green tipped me off to a great new study on productivity, and it reminded me of a British sci-fi movie I just watched called Frequencies. In it, human beings interact with the world and with each other based on thei...
 
  3 Ways to Get to Happiness in Your Career and Health
by Tiffany Young - Aug, 2015
Just a few days ago, I had a friend propose that we start working out together. I thought that was the best idea I heard all summer. Sweet! Any excuse to get in shape and do healthy activities sounded great. Before we ended the conversation, she also enlisted my help in finding her a new job. Hold up! It’s one thing to work out, but now she wanted to look for a new job? I thought to myself, I have no time for this and that....
 
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