1954 Psychology Experiment Provides Clues for Cooperative Work Among Distributed Work Environments

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Magazine for having growers in California and Mexico, processing in Washington, bottlers in California, warehouse in Wisconsin, customer service in Philippines, accounting in India and headquarters in San Francisco. Both large and small companies are moving toward more distributed workforces. A small juice company was recently touted in Business 2.0

Pile People are from Pluto, Neatniks are from Neptune

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I have piles of magazines, piles of books, piles of articles, piles of mail, piles of things I am in the middle of working on. I have a pile problem. Paperwork piles I mean. Piles crop up around me; on the desk, on the floor, overflowing on tabletops. You name it, I have a pile for it. When I worked in HR and recruiting, the resume piles alone were overwhelming.For years organized people would

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Brain Research Provides Clues to Best Management Approaches

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There is a fascinating article in Business + Strategy magazine that links neuroscience, psychology and business management practices. It points out that many standard business practices such as punishment and rewards and performance feedback run counter to the way our brains function.The articles gives a fairly scientific but very readable overview of various brain structures and how they

465 Men and 35 Women

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This from the June issue of CFO magazine by senior writer Alix Nyberg Stuart. The Answer: 465 men and 35 women. The question: What are the numbers of men and women Chief Financial Officers in Fortune 500 companies. Just 35 women out of 500 top positions even though women make up the majority of graduates receiving accounting degrees and the majority of new hires at CPA firms. In this well

Straight Talking Americans - But Not in the Workplace

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It''s an interesting dichotomy that I hadn''t given much thought to until I read the excellent article in Across the Board magazine by intercultural expert Susan Davidson. Have you ever noticed how Americans who are known for being opinionated and valuing straight talk are actually make-no-waves yes-men and women in the workplace?It''s

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Want to be an HR "Mover & Shaker?" Write a book!

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According to Human Resources (UK) magazine, not HR people.I Who are the most influential "movers and shakers" in HR? pulled together some statistics on the top 25 HR Influencers from a Top 100 list published this week.Those with the greatest influence in the HR profession are:80% male; 20% female56% published authors, most of muliple titles (one guy has written over 100 books)44% college or

Do less, think more

SuccessFactors

A Fortune Magazine article discusses the genesis of big ideas and concludes that they don’t come from working hard. We all know that when our bodies and brains are overworked, our ability to think creatively is substantively diminished. So why should you care? Mostly because as business shifts to a knowledge-based economy, it is just that sort of big thinking […]. Strategic HR Thinking About HR

New leadership trend #1: be yourself

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An article at CLO magazine takes on the topic of leadership. It’s message: that authenticity is a crucial factor in successful leadership. The idea that a willingness to be openly human makes people better leaders resonates with me. The people I’ve worked with who attempt to control or hide their humanity usually do it out of lack of […]. Strategic HR Thinking About HR

Are you among the next HR leaders?

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Gautam points to an article at HR Magazine discussing the next generation of HR leaders: The upcoming generation of leaders strongly believes that HR can influence a company’s bottom line, especially in the knowledge economy, where talent is a key asset.

Hear from Kimberly-Clark on talent management

SuccessFactors

I’m told there are nearly 750 attendees already signed up to this webinar we’re doing with WPS magazine next week on talent management. May be worth a look – our customer Kimberly-Clark , in the human form of Gary Short, Senior Consultant of Talent Management, will be speaking. I’ve heard him speak before and he’s got some great […]. Talent Management Workforce Performance Management

Preparing for Brain Drain

SuccessFactors

CIO magazine has a new article on the topic with participation from Liviu Dedes from Pepboys (a customer) on the topic of succession […]. Are you prepared for the boomer brain drain? The oldest baby boomers are now only a few years away from retirement. What happens to the knowledge they’ve accumulated over the years when they leave? Strategic HR Talent Management Succession Planning Workforce Performance Management

Succession planning the new recruiting?

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Here’s a little ditty at CLO magazine about the shift from recruiting to succession planning. As the talent pool decreases and boomers retire, companies are finding they simply don’t have enough good people to fill senior roles. According to the Right Management Consultants survey mentioned in the article, the number of companies in this situation […].

Mona Lisa Ondevilla: “Ask And It Is Given”

Thrive Global

According to a 2006 Pew Research Report report, 26% of women and 21% of men feel that they are “always rushed”. Community Authority Magazine WonderTake regular walks throughout your work day! On my walks, I don’t bring my phone and simply observe what’s around me?—?the

Veena Rao: “Dream big.”

Thrive Global

Then, in 2006, on a whim, I decided that I would launch a newspaper to serve the needs and interests of the South Asian communities of Georgia. Community Authority Magazine WonderI am a brown, introverted, female, immigrant. I should not have succeeded in newspaper publishing.

“Creating a lifestyle that can be sustained forever” With Heather Binns

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I’ve actually been involved in fitness since I was a child as an athlete in school but officially got involved career-wise in 2006 when I first became a Certified Personal Trainer. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Rising Star Freddy Giorlando: Why We Need The #BeLoveGiveLove Movement Now

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After high school around 2006, I came to the realization that college wasn’t for me and I soon dropped out after one term. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

“Be smart” With Charlie Katz & Ryan Alovis

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In 2006, Ryan Alovis started Magazine Discount Center (MDC). Within a few years, Alovis bootstrapped MDC into the largest destination online for consumer magazine subscriptions. I did it with magazine subscriptions so I can do it with contact lenses.

Nevsah Fidan Karamehmet: “LACK OF PURPOSE IS THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL”

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I created my own system in 2006, The Nevsah Institute with a curriculum of effective and efficient self mastery tools, dedicated to awakening human consciousness. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

“Learn more!” With Charlie Katz & John Gamboa

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Since 2006, John has served as President of the Board of Directors of California Community Builders (CCB) alongside colleagues from Greenlining. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Terron Sims II: “Maintain a positive attitude”

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In February 2006, I went to a bar in Georgetown with a friend, and on the way, he kept talking about how much I needed to meet his friend Mike?—?that Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Nneka MacGregor : “Do good, because it’s the good thing to do”

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In 2006, she was selected by the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario as one of 13 experts tasked to review the range of services provided to women and children in the province, identify gaps and make recommendations. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Liz Lefkofsky: “Everyone can and should participate in helping others”

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Liz and her husband Eric Lefkofsky established the Foundation in 2006 and became signees of the Giving Pledge in 2013. Community Authority Magazine WonderEveryone can and should participate in helping others. Rich people don’t have a monopoly on philanthropy.

Carol Glazer: “The disability community is our nation’s most diverse”

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When I had the opportunity to join the National Organization on Disability in 2006, I jumped at it. Community Authority Magazine WonderWe can all play a role in disability inclusion by asking three key questions: 1) Are our practices and policies, directly or inadvertently, creating obstacles for people with disabilities? For instance, if someone with visual impairment can’t access a job application they can’t pursue the role.

Susan Costa-Walston: “Move your body”

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Lily Trotters has received accolades from mainstream press outlets including Forbes, Runner’s World, Trail Runner Magazine, InStyle, SELF, Travel Weekly, LIVESTRONG, Women’s Running and The Baltimore Sun. Community Authority Magazine WonderUnplug?—?Founding

Omer Asaf: “Keep it simple”

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In 2006, Omer took part in several TV series, designing and supervising characters style and look. Community Authority Magazine WonderKeep it simple. This is very important because fabulous hair is simple hair. It is hair that you do not add much heat to, or too much color.

Rising Music Stars Chad, Dennijo, and Andy Sitze of The Flat River Band: “Always find the best in people; despite what some people say, try to find the positive in it; If you look hard enough you will find it”

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The Flat River Band is an Americana Country Music Band that was formed in 2006. Community Authority Magazine WonderAlways find the best in people. The music industry can sometimes be like a roller coaster and is full of critics. Despite what some people say try to find the positive in it. If you look hard enough you will find it. I had the pleasure to interview The Flat River Band Flat River Band and brothers Chad Sitze, Dennijo Sitze, and Andy Sitze.

“Go for walks.” With Parveen Panwar, Mr. Activated & Aytekin Tank

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I started the company in 2006 and worked with a very small team for a number of years. Community Authority Magazine WonderGoing for walks relieves stress and helps clear the mind.

Carole Diarra: “Be open to changing your mindset and take unexpected opportunities”

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I moved to France in 2006 to work at the headquarters of L’Oreal. Community Authority Magazine WonderBe open to changing your mindset and take unexpected opportunities?—?After

“One Must Have The Courage To Take Chances And Make Big Moves” With Naima Spencer

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In 2006, I was admitted to Penn State and in October 2008, I graduated with an MBA in Biotech and healthcare management. Community Authority Magazine WonderPatience with self and the journey. Dreams don’t come true overnight.

?Don?t think of yourself as a female leader; Think of yourself as a leader? With Kimberly Eberl

Thrive Global

In 2006, I lost my job at a public relations agency. My clients were extremely receptive to this single-minded approach, and the business grew from one client in 2006 with $100,000 in revenue, to 40 clients and multiple million dollars in revenue this year (2019). Recently, we completely digitized a retailer’s magazine in only seven weeks’ time. Community Authority Magazine WonderDon’t think of yourself as a female leader. Think of yourself as a leader.

Rising Star Drew Sidora: “Take one teach one! If each of us could help just one person achieve their dreams imagine the domino effect that could create”

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Drew is an American actress and singer known for her recurring role as Chantel in the Disney Channel Original Series That’s So Raven, also as Lucy Avila in the 2006 movie Step Up. Besides her roles in That’s So Raven and Step Up, Blessed & Cursed, Drew Sidora has also guest-starred in Girlfriends in 2006, as a High School Girl Group recruiter in which Lynn auditioned for. Community Authority Magazine WonderNone of us are able to achieve success without help along the way.

“Prepare your self and consider all the situations you may encounter. ” With Charlie Katz & Dave DeRose

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In 2006 we had a board retreat and while at this retreat we asked ourselves as a board if we would consider branching our to other communities if the opportunity presented itself and the stars if you will were aligned. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

“Imposter syndrome.” With Candice Georgiadis & Andrew Morgans

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I moved to Kansas City in 2006 and started my degree in computer science and my first business. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Dr. Lanetta Greer: “You can’t please everybody”

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On May 12, 2006, my life forever changed. Community Authority Magazine WonderBecome a mentor. One of the most powerful acts of kindness we can do is show someone the inner workings of our operation. A mentor is a lifelong commitment.

“Leadership visibility” With Charlie Katz & Chuck Stokes

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Prior to his roles as COO and CEO with Memorial Hermann, Chuck served as President of North Mississippi Medical Center, a 650-bed tertiary hospital and a 2006 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award recipient under his leadership. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

“When we slow down and are fully present to each moment, our focus and concentration is supercharged” With Beau Henderson & Theresa Lambert

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Theresa has been recognized as a business leader in Whistler’s Profiles of Excellence, featured in Hotelier Magazine and Thrive Global, and spoken at Women in Hospitality Leadership events, including Empower Her. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Kim Overton: “Laughter is such good medicine!”

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In 2006, Overton went for a run with no place to comfortably store her essentials. Community Authority Magazine WonderLaugh daily. Laughter is such good medicine! A day without laughter is a dull day. What makes you laugh? A good show, chatting with a friend, or playing with your pet? My kids make me laugh, even a good rom-com. It feels good to laugh and overall helps me balance out the heaviness of the stress we are dealing with so much these days.

“Diversity has shaped all of our lives”, George Nichols and Parveen Panwar, Mr. Activated

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Then, at New York Life, I was heavily involved in establishing the organization’s Diversity and Inclusion Office in 2006. Community Authority Magazine WonderResolution is a tough goal to sell, at least in the short term.

Vicki and Fred Modell: “Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass… it’s about learning to dance in the rain”

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Our efforts failed from 2001–2006, but in 2007 at a meeting at CDC, we offered matching funds with the State of Wisconsin to do a Pilot Screening Program for SCID, screening 10,000 newborns. Community Authority Magazine WonderSomething that Jeffrey would say to us often is, “Mom, Dad, please do something. You went to college, you’re smart. Please do something.” Little did he know, we were doing everything we could.

“Focus less on your wealth and more on your income.” Ben Taatjes & Beau Henderson

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Leveraging a strong background in tax and accounting, and having a passion to help others achieve financial freedom, he founded Taatjes Financial Group in 2006. Community Authority Magazine WonderFocus less on your wealth and more on your income. Wealth and growth of wealth is what we are accustomed to pre-retirement, but income and growing income is what we need to be ready for in retirement. I had the pleasure of interviewing Ben Taatjes.