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  5 Must-Know Tips For Working With Your Friends
by Lindsey Pollak - Mar, 2016
We often think about workplace relationships in terms of buzzword-y concepts like “mentor” or “networking.” But most of us realize our work squad should also include workplace friends — someone you can grab lunch with or commiserate over a work fail. I’ve met some great friends at work through the course of my career, particularly in the early years when we were all starting out. But just like friendships outside of work, f...
 
  Why The Annual Review Process Damages Employee Engagement
by Kathy Caprino - Mar, 2016
Throughout the 18 years I worked in corporate America, at numerous organizations and in many different roles, there was one process that never changed – the annual employee review. Anyone who’s ever been reviewed in this way knows that it’s a lack-luster experience at best, devastating at worst. Unfortunately, managers rely on this one opportunity each year to tell employees how they are faring in the eyes of management, often...
 
  What To Do When It's Hard To Get Things Done
by Marshall Goldsmith - Mar, 2016
When we make plans for the future or even just today, why do we so seldom, if ever, plan on distractions? Why do we make our plans as if we are going to live in a perfect world and be left alone to focus on our work or family or whatever it is that we?re hoping to accomplish that day? This state of being able to completely focus without distraction on whatever task we assign ourselves for the day has never happened in the p...
 
  5 Essentials for the "Office" of the Future
by Alexandra Levit - Mar, 2016
Yesterday I traveled to the Gil Hatch Center for Customer Innovation in Rochester, NY to talk with my partner Xerox and visiting press and analysts about the future of work and office technology. Given that the office isn?t a necessary a physical location anymore, both software and hardware must be configured to be used effectively and efficiently by a growing virtual, mobile and contract workforce. Whether you are an enterpri...
 
  Why ADHD IS Wreaking Havoc On Your Life and Business, and What To Do About It
by Kathy Caprino - Mar, 2016
Part of the series "Living and Working Better" As career coach (and former therapist), I've worked with hundreds of professionals who've shared the intimate details of how they live and work, day by day. In these vibrant and detailed descriptions, I can often catch glimpses of how they are operating that they cannot themselves see. For example, I can detect the signs of ADHD in adults who have been "diagnosed" or labelled a...
 
  Confessions Of A Gen X Manager
by Lindsey Pollak - Mar, 2016
Lately at speaking events I've been hearing some complaints from Millennials about their Gen X bosses. Because Gen Xers are only a few years older than Millennials, the younger group is often surprised that members of the older cohort my contemporaries aren't always as supportive and attentive as millennials might want or expect. While this post only represents the views of one Gen X manager, you might find them valuable in un...
 
  Giving Notice: What do to When You Change Jobs
by Sharon Cohen - Mar, 2016
Do people still give notice to their employer? Do employers have an obligation to give notice prior to layoffs? If you give notice, is the employer required to pay you for the 2 weeks? Can they show you the door that day? As a career coach, I often hear stories from both employees and employers about what really happens in the workplace. Giving notice is topic which figures into many of these conversations. The...
 
  Hot New Pay Controversies Impact Business Productivity
by Alexandra Levit - Mar, 2016
The world of compensation is changing – with far reaching consequences. Two big pieces of salary-related news hit the Internet recently. Credit card processing company Gravity Payments’ CEO was forced to defend his decision to standardize all employee pay to $70K, and the SEC finalized a long-delayed rule forcing businesses to share their “pay ratio,” or how CEO pay compares with that of the average company worker. How migh...
 
  Micromanagement is Bad for the Brain
by Alexandra Levit - Mar, 2016
The command-and-control approach is out of vogue, and, as it turns out, also detrimental to human nature. Whether you’re an IT manager locking down access and permissions to IT-business collaboration tools, or a micromanager who forces a process on her employees to get work done, you may be negatively affecting business productivity. Historically, leaders have controlled employees rather than connecting with them. According t...
 
  Self-Managing Organizations: The Next Wave?
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Mar, 2016
Up to this point in history, we’ve organized work based on four very different worldviews: impulsive, conformist, achievement and pluralistic. This organizational evolution is tied to the four stages of human consciousness proposed by psychologists Clare Graves, Don Beck and others, as summarized by Frederic Laloux in Reinventing Organizations: A Guide to Creating Organizations Inspired by the Next Stage of Human Consciousne...
 
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