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  What Business Can Learn From Doctors: It's All In How You Treat People
by Judith Lindenberger - Oct, 2010
Recently, medical literature has caught up with conventional wisdom. People are less likely to sue doctors whom they believe have acted in their best interest and who communicate with them clearly and kindly. In plain English, doctors have discovered that good bedside manner is good business. This same principle holds true for the business—good bedside manner translates into sound risk management. A recent survey of...
 
  Workforce Diversity: Making It Work
by Judith Lindenberger - Oct, 2010
The workforce demographics of the American workforce are a far cry from what they were 50 years ago, when more than half the American workforce consisted of white males who were the sole breadwinners in the household. Statistics show that as the Baby Boomers move into retirement fully 85 percent of the workforce will be comprised of women or minorities. The challenge that diversity poses involves how to manage this mixture of...
 
  3 Benefits of hiring someone overqualified
by Dwain Celistan - Oct, 2010
In the marketplace, there are a wide range of candidates for open positions. As an executive recruiter and coach, there are times when someone is “over qualified” for the role. Many times, these candidates are not actively included in the pool or seriously considered. This is a missed opportunity. Potential candidates may appear to be over qualified based on items in the position specification. This can range from the a...
 
  4 Myths about Executive Recruiters
by Dwain Celistan - Oct, 2010
Whether someone is in an active or passive employment search, executive recruiters or “head hunters” can play a vital role. These professionals are conduits to great opportunities for professionals. For many business leaders and up and coming professionals, using executive recruiters can make or break their next step up the corporate ladder. However, the role of executive recruiters is often misunderstood. Here are tips...
 
  Quick Assertive Communication Skills For Professionals
by Andy Robinson - Sep, 2010
Communicating in everyday life and in social situations is a great and useful skill to possess, but as you may have figured out, such skills don't take you very far in the board room or with business clients. In professional situations, you will find that the communication skills you need to master take on a decidedly more formal and pointed framework. It is crucial in professional situations, especially with money at stake...
 
  Personal Branding and Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
by Valerie Sokolosky - Sep, 2010
In the 1960s, psychologist Abraham Maslow introduced his hierarchy of needs—the things a human being needs most in a sequence that builds one on top of the other. By using this hierarchy, it helps us understand the actions and motivations of others as well as ourselves. There are five levels of human needs and each must be fulfilled before the next level can be realized. Here are the five levels (in inverse order) of Maslow’...
 
  A Simple “Thank You” Goes a Long Way
by Kathy Bornheimer - Sep, 2010
This subject was addressed in earlier publications (Creative Materials for Job Search and The Resume; Just Part of the Package). Since the publication of those works use of technology and Social Networking (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.) has increased greatly. So, let’s look at this again. People love to be acknowledged and recognized for what they do or have done. This would include an interview, providing you with a ref...
 
  Influencing Change at Work – Three Sources of Power
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Sep, 2010
How effective are you at influencing others to achieve work goals? Are you politically savvy? How is power and influence used where you work? The ability to influence others to get work done is a critical workplace competency. Inspiring leaders know how to motivate others to achieve sustainable business results. They relish engaging moments with their people creating a culture of trust and achievement. Sources of Power The...
 
  Influencing Others to Achieve Work Goals
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Sep, 2010
Are you good at influencing others to achieve work goals? Do you think being politically savvy is important in your organization? How is power used where you work? The ability to influence others to get work done is a critical competency today. Inspiring leaders know how to motivate others to achieve business results. They relish engageable moments with their people creating a culture of caring and achievement. Power, Polit...
 
  Persuasion at Work – The Power of Power
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Sep, 2010
How effective are you at persuading others by effectively using power at work? Are you politically savvy? How is power and influence used where you work? The ability to use power to influence others is an important workplace competency. Inspiring leaders know how to motivate others to achieve business goals. They create a culture of trust and achievement. The Power of Power Power is ultimately defined as the ability to hav...
 
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