Sat.Feb 08, 2020

The Secret to Enduring Love

Thrive Global

“Love didn’t happen to us. We’re in love because we each made the choice to be.” ” – Mandy Len Catron. What is the secret to enduring love? I thought this was a fitting article for February.

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Career Opportunities Following An Economics Degree

New to HR

For someone pursuing a degree in any field, it is prudent to investigate the possible outcomes for your career once you qualify and this is never truer than with an economics degree where hard work and dedication are required in.

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How to Perform an Effective Performance Review

SurveySparrow

If there’s anybody that should be given extra care, then its your employees. A successful organization is the product of efficient work and efficient work is the product of happy, passionate and engaged employees. So, how do you know if your employees are happy and engaged?

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People are the Purpose — You Can’t Love HR Without a Heart for PEOPLE

HR Without Ego

Note: I wrote this October 24, 2019, and the blogging equivalent of leaving an email in the draft folder happened… I attended a workshop yesterday on mental health in the workplace. It was helpful, informative, and I feel more prepared when a situation arises as a result. The focus was on identifying and responding to possible signs of struggle in the workplace, including but not limited to: anxiety, depression, psychosis, suicide, and substance use disorder.

Does Your Workforce Have the Talent DNA for the Digital Future?

With the increasing adoption of automation and data-driven technologies, the workforce is changing rapidly — regardless of whether we’re prepared to face it. Keeping up with the velocity of change is vital to success, and that means building digital readiness into the DNA of your organization so your workforce is ready to face an uncertain and constantly changing future.

3 Key Milestones Every Entrepreneur Can Reach Before Making The First Hire

Forbes Leadership Strategy

You could build your startup team since day one or start by making sure you have a business before committing resources to a product people don’t need. Here are three quick milestones you can reach before making the first hire

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Know How to Tackle OKR Challenges

Engagedly

There is a surge of start-ups in this era, some of whom start generating large sums of profits within a few years of foundation. Are you wondering how these companies manage to hit success so early? Well, it’s […]. Goal Setting Software Goals and Objectives OKRs

How to Silence Your Inner Critic and Make Progress on Your Movement Goals

Thrive Global

Acknowledging that you showed up for yourself after a workout — no matter how short your exercise or activity might be — is easier said than done. For some, celebrating small wins feels impossible.

Think Like An Employer To Get That Job

Forbes Leadership Strategy

Job applicants improve their chances of getting the job they want by thinking like an employer, considering the hiring managers fears and hopes for the new employee

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73 Creative Job Titles in Corporate America

HR Digest

A job title says a lot about a person, his creativity, and his attitude towards the job. It is a description of an employee's duties and role in the position. Though every field uses similar terms, there is a slight variation in terms of corporate structures.

2020 Report: The Future of HR

Paycor asked more than 500 leaders of medium and small businesses to talk about the present and future of HR. Download the guide and see what they said. Their responses will surprise you!

Bob Knight Makes His Long-Awaited Return From Indiana Exile

Forbes Leadership Strategy

“Twenty years now. Where'd they go? Twenty years. I don't know. I sit and I wonder sometimes. Where they've gone” - “Like a Rock”Bob Seger, proud son of Michigan, released that No. 1 hit in May 1986

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Personal behaviors drive our personal outcomes” with Stephynie Malik and Fotis Georgiadis

Thrive Global

I have always believed that your personal behaviors drive your personal outcomes. In addition to focusing on the behaviors we just discussed, I would say that one-on-one time with each member of your talent is invaluable.

And The Oscar For Most Inspiring Film Distributor Goes To.

Forbes Leadership Strategy

Elizabeth Sheldon, CEO of Juno Films, reveals the secrets of leading an independent film company

“Being humble is the most important quality” with Liisa Andersson of Urban Sharing

Thrive Global

I would not categorize myself as a “female” leader, necessarily, but that may come from being Norwegian. We don’t really have many issues with equality in the workplace here. So for me, being humble is the most important.

Why Smoking Costs Employers More Than They Realize

Your employees are smoking, and at a cost of $7,000 per year for each employee who smokes, that adds up - fast! This free report will show you how an effective cessation program pays for itself.

“Confidence is key ” with Heena Shah and Fotis Georgiadis

Thrive Global

Confidence is key in leadership. By giving my team autonomy and challenging them to leave their comfort zone, I find they are increasingly innovative, creative and passionate about Valani. Seeing them flourish, gives me immense joy.

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Here’s How to Eliminate Hatred with 4 Simple Steps

Thrive Global

“Life becomes a lot easier when you learn to accept an apology you never got.” — Robert Brault. At some point in life, all of us have held grudges against a few people. The simplest explanation is that we are humans. We, humans, run pretty high on emotions (don’t we?).

A Micro-interaction that Made my Day

Thrive Global

Small interactions can truly have big consequences. I was having a terrible day at work. Projects were piling up, deadlines were looming and simultaneously, I was feeling the ever-present stress of working Moms, often feeling like I should be with my kids while I was working, and feeling like I should be working when I was spending time with the kids.

“Listening skills are the best skills” with Fotis Georgiadis & Laurie Powell

Thrive Global

You have two ears and one mouth — Use them in the same portion or as Burr says in the Broadway show, Hamilton “talk less, smile more.” Listening skills are the best skills a leader can have. By listening to my clients over 30+ years, I have been able to bring in hundreds of thousands of incremental dollars…too many examples to give. I had the pleasure of interviewing Laurie Powell, Vice President of Business Development at Miller Freeman.

How to Activate Employee Voice to Create and Sustain a Speak Up Culture

This whitepaper details how leaders can shift into an ‘action mindset’ that allows for growth and change at every level of your organization. Speak Up cultures promote productivity, improve retention efforts, and create positive employee engagement.

“Be willing to define and redefine success for yourself” With Fotis Georgiadis & Allison Braun

Thrive Global

Be willing to define and redefine success for yourself. Growing up I was somewhat of a chameleon. I learned quickly to adapt to my surroundings and molded my personality around who I was with. As I got older, this made it very easy for me to soak up other people’s definitions of success as my own.

“Allow your passion to be on display” with Fotis Georgiadis & Carol Bramson

Thrive Global

Allow your passion to be on display for everyone to see and feel. Passion is contagious, and there is nothing better than a leader who displays their passion and commitment every day. When done effectively, the organization feels more like a community than a group of employees. When leading the turnaround of a company, I demonstrated my passion around developing a trusting relationship with the customer.

“To Develop Grit Announce Your Goals”, with Chris Ronzio and Fotis Georgiadis

Thrive Global

Announce your goals — One of my goals is to own a private plane by 2025. Back in 2018, I ran a Facebook ad promoting my goal to 10,000 people, and had a fun dialog with all the strangers that wanted to fly in my plane. But I had pilots messaging me wanting jobs, and entrepreneurs messaging me that they would race me. It really motivated me and made the goal seem real. I had the pleasure of interviewing Chris Ronzio.

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“It’s important to provide opportunities and experiences to others.” With Fotis Georgiadis & Terry Barclay

Thrive Global

Leaders grow leaders. It’s important to provide opportunities and experiences to others. In my experience, most leaders are not consciously aware of this, but when they do help grow others’ leadership skills, it’s a differentiator. Often times it comes with experience and wisdom, and people get better later in life at growing the next generation of leaders. As a part of my series about strong female leaders, I had the pleasure of interviewing Terry Barclay, the President and CEO of Inforum.

The Art of Selecting Candidate Pre-Hire Assessments

Speaker: Melissa Dobbins, Founder & CEO, Career.Place

At the core of successful hiring practices is the fair and accurate evaluation of skills, abilities, knowledge and other criteria for a job. One powerful method to do this is through psychometric assessments. The right assessments used in the right way provide objective evaluation of criteria that are far more accurate than interviews alone. Unfortunately, choosing the wrong assessments or using assessments in the wrong way can lead to bad choices, biases, and even discriminatory practices that violate compliance standards.

“Everybody wants praise, and nobody likes criticism.” with Fotis Georgiadis & Denise Leaser

Thrive Global

Support your team. Let the buck stop with you. Good leaders trust their team and let them fail. And be authentic. Nothing is worse than having employees wondering what you are thinking. It’s demotivating and it stalls productivity. And now, the hard one: solicit feedback on your performance. Everybody wants praise, and nobody likes criticism. But criticism will lead to praise if you take it to heart. I had the pleasure of interviewing Denise Leaser.

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Passing Thoughts which Changed My Vision, My Day, My World

Thrive Global

Prior to my beautiful Daughter’s formal wedding this past Summer I had a difficult time with my own personal health. I feared seeing distant family and friends at the lavish affair and even more so dreaded the conversations I projected would happen between us after so much time apart. This is when my micro-interaction with an old and dear friend of my Sister’s “saved the day”, as well as my attitude and helped me move forward in my life.