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    Management Decisions - Marketing for a Pro Sports Franchise: Milwaukee Brewers
by Caitlin Moyer and Tim Muma - Nov, 2015
If you love sports and have an interest in marketing, this could be the perfect career for you. Professional sports franchises are always looking to increase brand awareness, advertise effectively, and sell their "product," though some aspects are rather different than with traditional companies. Caitlin Moyer, director of new media for the Milwaukee Brewers, gives Tim Muma all the details behind strong marketing in sports. Sh...
    Moving Up the Ladder - Harnessing Time
by David Horsager and Tim Muma - Nov, 2015
Technology and the speed of business have many pros, but they can also work against all of us when it comes to productivity, efficiency and handling our business on a daily basis. David Horsager, business strategist and bestselling author, elaborates on the key points from his new book, "The Daily Edge: Simple Strategies to Increase Efficiency and Make an Impact Every Day." David offers practical insight that can help us overc...
    Moving Up the Ladder - Future Strong: Leading Tomorrow's Workforce
by Bill Jensen and Tim Muma - Nov, 2015
Whether we're making choices for ourselves or for an organization, they will have an immeasurable impact on the eventual outcome. Organizational expert Bill Jensen looks into the various aspects of effective leadership and career success in his new book, "Future Strong: How to Work Unleashed, Lead Boldly, and Live Life Your Way." Bill explains to Tim Muma how radical transformations in the workforce mean companies and individu...
    Moving Up the Ladder - Influential Leadership and Its Effective Implementation
by Carol Vallone Mitchell and Tim Muma - Oct, 2015
The look and sound of leadership has been evolving for some time, and many subscribe to the idea of "influential leadership" as a more effective tactic in today's work environment. Carol Vallone Mitchell is the co-founder of Talent Strategy Partners and author of "Breaking Through 'Bitch' - How Women Can Shatter Stereotypes and Lead Fearlessly." She talks with Tim Muma about the role influential leadership plays in today's wor...
  Are You Sick of Time-Wasting Meetings at Work?
by Georgia Adamson - Dec, 2015
In any business environment, meetings are probably an inescapable fact. While not bad in and of themselves, they create a hugely negative impact when they aren’t well-organized and managed. The sad fact is that this happens much more often than it should–and it can be avoided (at least for the most part). Way back when I used to organize meetings, I would become very frustrated at the lack of cooperation from people who wer...
  Organized Job Search – Organized Career Planning
by Georgia Adamson - Dec, 2015
If you’re by nature or inclination a disorganized person, the thought of conducting an organized job search or applying organizing principles to your career planning might strike fear into your heart! Okay, so that’s a bit of over-dramatization, but the point is, whether you’re innately drawn to organization or just the opposite, a certain amount of organization is pretty much critical to a successful job search or to smart, l...
  The Perfectionist’s Guide to Making Decisions: The Art of Satisficing
by Melody Wilding - Dec, 2015
You’re awesome at your job. You know it, feedback from colleagues and clients has affirmed it, and you consistently deliver results that are above and beyond what’s been asked of you. You repeat this pattern enough times and it becomes the norm—which, frankly, can be exhausting. High achievers are prone to this pattern of behavior, which is usually completely unsustainable. Eventually, you realize that no matter how many cu...
  That problem in your background? It isn't as bad as you think
by Louise Fletcher - Nov, 2015
I’m taking on online sketching class at the moment. I’ve always loved painting and drawing, and I’m finding this a particularly rewarding way to work. But I’ve noticed a lot of the students are very uncomfortable sharing their work. They’ll preface each post with caveats like ‘this isn’t very good’ or ‘I don’t like this one at all.’ Usually, the drawing is excellent – full of life and personality and character – but all they s...
  How to Know If Someone's Really Suited to Working Remotely
by Alison Green - Nov, 2015
Whether you’re considering a staff member’s request to work remotely (some or all of the time) or you need to hire a new team member who will work off-site, it’s key to know how to tell if someone is well suited for remote work or not. Many people assume they’ll thrive working remotely but then encounter problems with motivation and productivity. And managers are sometimes too quick to assume that if teleworking works for the...
  Too much information can be overwhelming. Learn to tidy it up.
by Beverly Jones - Nov, 2015
"Sophie" was a busy manager working long hours in a competitive environment. She had just received a modest promotion, which meant that her small team of analysts would grow from three direct reports to five. She had wanted this broader responsibility, but now she wasn't feeling good about her expanded role. Sophie told me that she had already been operating at full capacity. So how could she possibly handle the additional wor...
  The Human Factor: A New Era of Relationships
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Nov, 2015
Human interactions rule our lives. Our social nature may be even more valuable than we realize. In a world where technological advances increasingly provide solutions and perform jobs, our social skills can increase or diminish our value. But most of us—professionals, employees and managers alike—undervalue our social skills. This is not an option in an era of dwindling job opportunities. “When people in an organization...
  How To Become A Recognized Expert
by Miriam Salpeter - Nov, 2015
No one wants to hire a novice. It’s crucial to be able to demonstrate your expertise to land your target job. This can be a challenge, especially if you’re transitioning to a new field or applying for a job that can best be described as a “reach” for you. What can you do to become a recognized expert in your field? Luckily for you, all is not lost, even if you’ve never considered yourself an expert in the past. Embrace tech...
  Over 50? How To Find Job Satisfaction
by Miriam Salpeter - Nov, 2015
Job satisfaction isn’t a typical state of mind for most U.S. workers, according to the The Conference Board’s 2015 Job Satisfaction survey. They found 48.3 percent of U.S. workers are satisfied with their jobs. While that is an increase of 0.6 percentage points from 2014, it still leaves the majority (51.7) of U.S. workers dissatisfied with their work. If you’re over 50 and seeking a more satisfying work experience, you’re...
  4 Ways to Manage Your Schedule for Work-Life Balance
by Mary G. White - Nov, 2015 defines work-life balance as “a comfortable state of equilibrium achieved between an employee’s primary priorities of their employment position and their private lifestyle.” How you manage your schedule has a lot to do with whether or not you will be able to reach this state. Finding time to do the things you want means setting aside time for them, then protecting it fiercely. Managing Your Schedule f...
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