| Classroom to Boardroom - Are American Millennials Lacking in Skills?
by Lindsey Pollak and Jenna Connour - Apr, 2015
In a test designed by Princeton’s Educational Testing Service (ETS), American Millennials scored far below people of other nations in the areas of literacy, math, and technology. The study caused many to question if Millennials in the U.S. have the skills necessary to thrive in the workplace. Lindsey Pollak joins LJNRadio to discuss these findings, and to shed some light on what may have caused the results that some consider t...
| 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 - Six Ways to Improve Your Conversations
by Jacqueline Whitmore and Jenna Connour - Apr, 2015
You may have heard the quote, “We have two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as much as we speak.” In many cases, using this advice in a professional setting can help you become an effective listener and, as a result, may have a positive impact on your career. To learn more about this topic, Jenna Connour chats with Jacqueline Whitmore – author, etiquette expert, and founder of The Protocol School of Palm Beach....
| Community Concepts - How Women Unknowingly Sabotage Their Career Success (Part 1)
by Wendy Capland and Jenna Connour - Apr, 2015
Women face unique challenges when it comes to succeeding in their careers. One of those challenges may be overcoming regular behaviors that seem harmless, but can actually impede career progress. Wendy Capland, CEO of Vision Quest Consulting and author of the bestseller "Your Next Bold Move for Women," joins LJNRadio to explain how women can identify and eliminate these habits in the workplace, in order to achieve greater care...
5 Ways to Increase Your Team’s Well Being in the New Year
by Alexandra Levit - Apr, 2015
In 2015, go where no manager has gone before. It’s the beginning of a new year, and you want your team members to be as happy and productive as possible. A little while ago, we talked about some easy wellness ideas you can implement. Here are other novel ways you might switch things up for the better. Nix Email After 11PM People who work all day generally need to sleep at night. If you want healthy and happy employees...
Bad Bosses Happen, But Suffering Is Optional
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Apr, 2015
Talent leaves an organization when they’re badly managed or when the organization fails to inspire them or provide room for new challenges and growth. You need to use your professional power and take control of your career trajectory. If you have a bad boss, suffering in silence (or out loud) is not a wise career strategy. I encourage you to take your power back in your work environment. Here are techniques to rehabilitate...
The Rules of Navigating Work Friendships
by Melody Wilding - Apr, 2015
As you invest more and more time into finding your dream career and professional calling, it’s inevitable that the lines between business and pleasure blur, often out of necessity. A tough day at the office may end with drinks and gossip with a trusted co-worker, or you find yourself responding to emails on your BlackBerry from your yoga mat before class begins. As the lines blur, so too do traditional professional relation...
Unemployed? 3 Suggestions for a Powerful Executive LinkedIn Profile
by Lisa Rangel - Apr, 2015
How to handle your employment status on your LinkedIn profile when you are unemployed is a question many executives ask when they are in between positions. One major issue you may run into is that your status may drop when you do not have a “to present” position listed on your profile. For example, if you have an end date for your last position on your LinkedIn profile and you do not have a current position, your status may...
Winning at Working: Off Track
by Nan S. Russell - Apr, 2015
Unfamiliar with the city and location where I was to speak, I added the address to the GPS before leaving home. Arriving in the conference city hours later, I turn it on and dutifully followed the route that chirped at me from the device. “That’s odd,” I thought as the directed turn took me away from the city towards the foothills and into a neighborhood. “Maybe it’s a retreat location,” I mulled as I followed that voice up a...
7 Most Common Types of Executive Interviews
by Louise Garver - Apr, 2015
The key to executive interview success is preparation. Interviewing methods differ between companies and people. Are you prepared for a non-traditional interview? Phone Interview A phone interview is often one of the first interviews an executive will encounter. Some call this a pre-screen interview when an executive recruiter picks up the phone and calls a candidate – typically to screen them out. This unexpected call c...
Long-Term Unemployment Challenges
by Georgia Adamson - Apr, 2015
I’ve had a few clients over the years that have gotten caught up in the Never-Never Land of long-term unemployment, and to say that it’s stressful and disturbing for them is a gross understatement. While I doubt a “magic bullet” exists that will fix the problem effortlessly, I do believe some pointers and potentially hopeful signs can be found to encourage those job seekers. Companies that Discriminate Against Long-Term Un...
How to Hold an Effective Business Dinner
by Adrienne Erin - Apr, 2015
For generations, businesspeople have met over meals to entertain clients and colleagues. However, these events are not solely for entertainment purposes. They also present a great opportunity to either make a strong first impression or solidify favorable opinions people already have. Keep reading to get some tips that will hold true whether you’re hosting a dinner for just one person or several. Take Care of the Details...
How to Keep Going When the Job Search is Getting You Down
by Melody Wilding - Apr, 2015
Looking for a new job is filled with constant emotional highs and lows. Battling the fear of the unknown (will you ever find a job?) is enough to make anyone feel frustrated, anxious, and downright bummed. Job hunting is an intense process that can seriously mess with your mood. For most people, your career is closely linked to your identity, so you may feel like searching for a job is like searching for a piece of yourself...
by Nan S. Russell - Apr, 2015
I hesitated before I answered the question. It was just a slight hesitation, but the question took me by surprise. Someone asked me how could they work on self-improvement and development on the clock. And while I answered at the time with a few tips, the on the clock part stuck with me and got me thinking. When it comes to self-improvement and personal development, there are at least four kinds of people at work: people wh...
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