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  • Sourcing Lessons
    with Kelly Dingee and Tim Muma - February 23, 2014
    Finding and evaluating talent for employers has become a unique challenge as individuals can find all the information they've ever wanted about potential employees. Kelly Dingee, a Strategic Recruiting Manager for Staffing Advisors, leads the research team and has more than a decade of sourcing experience. Kelly tells Tim Muma about the key areas to focus on, what doesn't work in the initial stages, and how those looking to...
  • Positives of Emotion at Work
    with Chrissy Scivicque and Tim Muma - February 17, 2014
    Most of the time, we hear that emotions are often an extra obstacle to success at work. Whether it's excitement, fear, frustration or sadness, those emotions could affect individuals from making sound, logical decisions. Chrissy Scivicque, a certified career coach and experience corporate trainer, argues that emotions can actually have a positive influence at work. She stresses they must be used appropriately and gives Tim...
  • Sparking Employee Passion
    with Lee J. Colan and Tim Muma - February 13, 2014
    Many experts say all humans have basic needs to succeed in the workplace, and sometimes it's up to the manager to meet those in order to get peak performance. Lee J. Colan, an advisor and co-founder of The L Group, talks to Tim Muma about the ways leaders can help create an emotional connection for their employees. He discusses a number of key factors with some specific examples you can use.
  • Keys to Persuasive Speaking
    with Sims Wyeth and Tim Muma - February 3, 2014
    Public speaking tends to be a point of great anxiety for many individuals, but it could be a reality for some in their workplace. Whether you're leading a conference, pitching an idea or describing one's organization, persuasive speaking is a valuable skill. Sims Wyeth, president of Sims Wyeth and Co., focuses on helping individuals hone their abilities in this area. Now he talks to Tim Muma about the best way to effectivel...
  • Narcissism in the Workplace
    with Tim Sackett and Tim Muma - January 30, 2014
    With social media taking the lead, narcissism has become a rather big part of our current society. It's also making an impact in the workplace and how people think and perform. Tim Sackett brings his 20 years of human resources and recruiting experience to give managers and employers advice and strategies on how to lead a generation with a very different perspective on their employment.
  • Golden Handcuffs: Career Stagnation
    with Marney Reid and Cady Chesney - January 22, 2014
    After years of hard work and dedication the expectation for a career is to continue progressing upwards, but that doesn't always happen and careers stagnate. "Golden handcuffs" trap professionals in a place where they don't want to give up everything they've worked for, but they aren't thriving where they're at. Cady Chesney sits down with Marney Reid, founder of My Golden Handcuffs and Stilettos on the Glass Ceiling, to le...
  • Coaching Skills
    with Martha Duesterhoft and Tim Muma - January 12, 2014
    Managers come in all different personalities and styles, but there are usually key aspects to being successful. Martha Duesterhoft, human resources professional and executive coach, says her experience shows the most positive impact managers have comes from operating as a coach. Martha fills Tim Muma in on the ways coaching looks and sounds differently than typical management.
  • What Truly Matters When Hiring
    with Gary Swart and Tim Muma - December 29, 2013
    Whenever you're hiring someone, it's a challenge to handpick the perfect candidate, but it's also important to understand where missteps may occur. Gary Swart, CEO of oDesk, argues that most of the time, the issue lies in what the employer deems most important. Gary explains what aspects truly matter when hiring personnel and how focusing on factors other than skill and knowledge will lead to greater success in hiring.
  • Managing Employees Who Work From Home
    with David Heinemeier Hansson and Cady Chesney - December 19, 2013
    In our increasingly digital age, working from home is becoming a popular option. This allows companies to not only save money, but also increases employee morale and motivation. We're with David Heinemeier Hansson, co-author of "Remote: Office Not Required," and Partner at 37signals. He talkes about the benefits of telecommuting from an employer perspective, as well as how to manage employees and ensure that work is being c...
  • Things a Boss Should Never Say
    with Dave Kerpen and Tim Muma - December 13, 2013
    Effective communication can never be emphasized enough in the workplace, especially when a boss or manager of any kind is speaking. Being human, however, means there are things these individuals may say that have long-lasting negative effects. Dave Kerpen, CEO of Likeable Local, joins Tim Muma to give some examples of these bad phrases and how they impact the target, as well as the rest of the organization.