When You Start a New Job, Pay Attention to These 5 Aspects of Company Culture
by Allan H. Church and Jay A. Conger When you join an organization, you have a short window of time to adapt to its culture. It’s the old 90-day rule. And we know too many talented individuals who have stumbled in their new company because they failed to read the cultural tea leaves. This happens … Read More
Accomplishments: Oversight of entire department.
Worry: Hope and Help for a Common Condition
by Edward M. Hallowell M.D.
5 Smart Ways To Deal With Workplace Stress
by Nancy Collamer Feeling stressed at work? Sorry to say, you’re in excellent company. According to an American Psychological Association survey, Americans are more stressed than at any time during the past decade. But I’m happy to share five helpful coping strategies I picked up from two experts while attending the recent Indeed.com conference on … Read More
Research: When Managers Are Overworked, They Treat Employees Less Fairly
by Elad N. Sherf, Ravi S. Gajendran and Vijaya Venkataramani Fair managers can reap big dividends. Extensive research finds that employees who feel fairly treated are better performers, helpful to colleagues, more committed to their workgroups and the organization, and less likely to steal or be rude to others. Acting fairly is not always easy. … Read More
Education: Attended collage courses in Business and Technology
Are You Fully Charged? The 3 Keys to Energizing Your Work and Life
by Tom Rath
How to Succeed With Your New Boss
by Michael Watkins Your new boss will have more impact than anyone else over whether you succeed or fail. Your boss establishes benchmarks for your success, interprets your actions for other key players, and controls resources you need. Building a productive working relationship with him or her while you establish your mandate and negotiate for … Read More
How to Lose Your Best Employees
by Whitney Johnson You want to be a great boss. You want your company to be a great place to work. But right now, at this very moment, one of your key employees might be about to walk out the door. She has consistently brought her best game to work and has grown into a … Read More