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  Let's End the Collective Death by Conference Call
by Alexandra Levit - Jul, 2015
It’s time to end our collective “death by conference call.” According to new InterCall research on workplace conference call behavior, 82 percent of employees admitted to focusing on other work or non-work distractions while on a call. Rob Bellmar, executive vice president of conferencing and collaboration at InterCall, recently offered some great tips to Harvard Business Review about ending conference call abuse. Here are...
 
  4 Ways You’re Sabotaging Your Entrepreneurial Success (And How to Stop)
by Melody Wilding - Jul, 2015
You’re a young entrepreneur who eats, sleeps, and breathes your business – yet, all too often you feel stuck and frustrated. As a business owner, you’ve chosen to carve your own path and be the one responsible for your success. But do you ever wish that sometimes you could just get out of your own way? What you might not realize is that specific, unconscious behaviors may be stalling you and holding you back. Here are...
 
  When Making the Right Choice Means Ignoring a Boss's Orders
by Beverly Jones - Jul, 2015
Guide dogs undergo intense obedience training to prepare them to lead visually impaired people around obstacles. But what happens when a blind woman doesn't hear the approach of a quiet electric vehicle and directs her dog to step off the curb? At that moment, the dog must make a life and death decision: does he block the woman from going forward, even if it means disobeying a command? "Intelligent Disobedience" is the ter...
 
  Best Practices for Scheduling Employee Training
by Mary Gormandy White - Jul, 2015
If you’re responsible for employee training in your company, it’s important to realize that how you approach scheduling training events and opportunities is just as important as the topics that you offer. Having a good training schedule has a lot to do with whether employees will choose to attend optional training programs and if they’ll have a positive attitude toward those that are mandatory. 4 Key Steps to Effectively Sc...
 
  Service Excellence – Why Experience Goes Wrong
by Barbara Giamanco - Jul, 2015
Service excellence is something that I expect from the companies taking my money for the product or service I purchase from them. Yet, I think of countless interactions with vendors recently that cause me to wonder why companies have such difficulty getting it right.Excellent concept At its core, the importance of delivering service excellence is fairly straightforward and easy to understand. Even easier is the clear financ...
 
  6 Event Networking Habits Healthcare Executives Should Have
by Lisa Rangel - Jul, 2015
No matter what business you are in, you need to develop strong networking skills. In the medical industry, it is important to continue to foster relationships with other executives and even the doctors in the medical field. These contacts could help you recruit better talent to your company or solve problems you are facing. They could even help you move up the medical corporate ladder down the road as well. Developing these ne...
 
  Passive Candidates: Highly Perishable – Handle with Care
by Sandra M. Smith - Jul, 2015
When hiring new talent, it is important for hiring managers to understand whether the candidates they are pursuing are active or passive candidates. To distinguish between the two, an active candidate is any candidate who is already active in the job marketplace – this candidate is enthusiastically pursuing new jobs and is highly engaged in his or her search. A passive candidate, on the other hand, is one that is not actively...
 
  Survey Shows Project Managers Are Stretched to the Brink
by Alexandra Levit - Jul, 2015
New Workfront research shows project managers are so slammed that they are unable to focus on the most important aspects of their work. According to Workfront’s new Project Management Survey, conducted in late 2014 with 384 North American PMs, project managers are being inundated with too much work, lack of visibility into the work being done, and the use of disconnected tools to do the work. As a result, they are left with...
 
  The “Secret Sauce” to Your Boss
by Bernie Frazier - Jul, 2015
Years ago, I had a boss who played a dual role for me. Fred was my boss and gave me all of the direction, support, challenge, opportunity and even correction required. But, he also served as a mentor in the sense that he would give me career advice that transcended my time working for him. “Hey, I hear the overtime pay around here sucks!” he would say when I would come in way before him and leave way after him. But,...
 
  The Job Search Money Trap
by Bernie Frazier - Jul, 2015
Earlier in my career, I took a job because it allowed me to start shifting my career in another direction. I wasn’t in love with it but knew it was a good move for me. About 1.5 years into the role, I took a chance and expressed an interest in doing something else within my company. While the results didn’t come immediately, one day my boss approached me about taking on a different type of assignment. I had minimal amounts...
 
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