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  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...
 
  Teamwork For The Win
by Lindsey Pollak - Mar, 2016
Teamwork is as essential to your professional career as it is to a winning season on the field. And organized sports are well-known for helping foster teamwork, along with other essential success skills, from determination to graceful losing. Whether you grew up playing sports as a kid, you're on a recreational or corporate team now, or just love cheering on your favorite team, we all can learn something from the efforts we...
 
  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...
 
  Next Up, Gen Z: What Managers Need to Know Today About the Workers of Tomorrow
by Lindsey Pollak - Mar, 2016
As workplaces adjust to (and increasingly embrace) millennials’ needs and priorities, many forward thinkers are already wondering what’s next. At speaking engagements, I’m frequently asked about Gen Z: How are they different than Gen Y? What do managers and business leaders need to know about this new generation? Here is my take: BACK UP. WHAT IS GENERATION Z? Given that there is no exact science to how we define gene...
 
  Swarming: The Next Big Thing in Agile or Buzz Kill?
by Alexandra Levit - Feb, 2016
Gartner has predicted that the swarm will be the future of teams, but what are the advantages and disadvantages of such an arrangement? Mid-century work teams will be temporary in addition to virtual. The growth of contract work and the specialization of organizations will spell the end for stable groups that work together a long time. Teamwork will still be valued and rewarded, but the teams themselves will form and disban...
 
  12 Ways Project Management is Evolving According to Gartner
by Alexandra Levit - Feb, 2016
“The basic building blocks for digital services and products … have become so evolved, inexpensive, and ubiquitous, that they can be easily combined and recombined.” — The Economist, January 2014 As the data age marches on, IT and business become even further intertwined. Where do project managers fit in the radically new IT ecosystem that will be a reality by 2020? On his recent Project Management in 2020 webinar, Gartner...
 
  How Companies Like Uber, Facebook, and Salesforce Engage in Team-Building (It's Not What You Think)
by Kathy Caprino - Feb, 2016
Part of the series “Creativity at Work” Before I owned my own coaching business, I was in the corporate arena as a director and VP, focused on marketing and product development. In every company I worked for, every once in a while, we’d be asked to engage in some form of “team-building” – from a few days away from the office in a place like Las Vegas (complete with dinners out, casinos and a Cirque Du Soleil performance), t...
 
  Top 4 Mediator Skills for HR Professionals
by Kenzi Bisbing - Jan, 2016
It is inevitable that HR professionals at one point in time will have to deal with workplace conflict. An easy way to combat that conflict is to mediate disputes with the parties involved in a neutral manner. Turns out, HR professionals can really learn a few things from mediators; skills that can even make them become better professionals. 1. Negotiation skills HR professionals can negotiate everything from contracts...
 
  4 Ways To Encourage Intrapreneurship
by Alexandra Levit - Jan, 2016
I’ve long been a fan of intrapreneurship, or the practice of entrepreneurial strategies within the context of, and leveraging the resources of, an established organization. I wanted to come up with some good intrepreneurship programs pioneered by HR for this piece, but it was more difficult than I expected. Beyond the open allocation topic, which we discussed earlier this year and which is mostly limited to the startup comm...
 
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