| Community Concepts - Preventing Suicide on the Golden Gate Bridge
by Kevin Briggs and Tim Muma - Sep, 2015
There are many meaningful jobs, but few directly save the lives of others in a face-to-face, high-pressure situation. Kevin Briggs is known as the Guardian of the Golden Gate for his two decades of service as a California Highway Patrol Officer, when he prevented hundreds of individuals from jumping to their death. He's now the president of Pivotal Points where he continues to aid in the area of crisis management and suicide p...
| Employment Notebook - The Effects and Perceptions of Crying at Work
by Anna Ranieri and Tim Muma - Aug, 2015
Many places of work can bring about an array of emotions on each end of the scale, and yet it's always been taboo to actually break down and cry in a vast majority of cases. Career counselor and executive coach, Anna Ranieri, joins Tim Muma to discuss the different reasons an employee might cry at the office, and what impact that can have. Anna looks at gender differences, the perspective of colleagues versus management, and w...
| Moving Up the Ladder - Myth vs. Reality: Effective Management
by Joseph Lucco and Tim Muma - Aug, 2015
It's another edition of Myth vs. Reality where we take common phrases or beliefs about specific topics to have our guests determine if they're true or false. When people move into a managerial role, there is often a difficult transition in learning to effectively manage individuals and projects. Joseph Lucco, a consultant for ClearPoint Strategy, breaks down the thoughts and strategies we often hear related to management. Jose...
| Moving Up the Ladder - Marcus Center Features: A Broadway Lunch with Niffer Clarke and Paul Helm
by Niffer Clarke, Tim Muma and Paul Helm - Jul, 2015
In the summer of 2015, the Marcus Center in Milwaukee is featuring a host of free programming as part of its "Live at Peck Pavilion" series. Tim Muma speaks with Niffer Clarke and Paul Helm, a pair of talented performers, about their live show, "A Broadway Lunch." Niffer and Paul have countless credits to their names as actors, singers, musicians, and directors, and they give us a rundown of where their careers have taken them...
3 Must-Have Scripts for Saying “No” to Clients Nicely
by Melody Wilding - Oct, 2015
Have you ever noticed how many times a week you say “yes” to a person or project– only to end up regretting your decision? Of those commitments, how many were actually in line with your business priorities? If you lack standards or fear rejection, it can come at a high cost: missed milestones, losing clients, physical exhaustion, irritability, and stress. When your default setting is to reply “yes” to each and every req...
Are You (Unconsciously) Afraid of Being Happy? Why We Self-Sabotage with The Upper Limit Problem
by Melody Wilding - Oct, 2015
You’ve finally gotten the promotion you’ve been waiting for—the one you know you’ve deserved for months now—and you couldn’t be happier. You feel on top of the world, invincible, and light—for about five minutes, until things start to go south. You swear your boss has been looking at you funny for a few days in a row, your computer crashes just as you’re about to send in a report, you lock yourself out of your apartment,...
by Nan S. Russell - Oct, 2015
On our first morning of vacation, we were pleased to find open tables when we arrived for breakfast at a popular and highly recommended cafe. With several people actively filling walk-up specialty coffee orders at the counter, it took several minutes to be acknowledged: "It'll be about five minutes for a table since the waitress needs to catch up," a person finally called out in our direction. Fifteen minutes later we were...
There Is No “Give Up” In Me
by Bob Roth - Oct, 2015
The best employers like to hear about college students who have overcome obstacles and were able to stick with their goals when things got tough and difficult. Employers know that new employees will encounter difficulties and things that stand in their way. They want to be assured that their new hires will be up to the task. Students who find that everything is easy in college may not be the best candidates for employment...
Think Like a Manager or Act Like a Leader
by Connie Pheiff - Oct, 2015
Do you think as a manager or act like a leader? Do you want to become a leader in your market? Do you want more customers, more sales, and the ability to engage your team? Then you need to stop thinking like a manager and act like a leader. Does this all sound a bit of a stretch? I used to think so too. But in a short time I found myself overwhelmed with clients wanting to act like a leader. I wasn’t surprised it happened, I w...
The way you live in time -- in yesterday, today and tomorrow -- helps shape your career
by Beverly Jones - Sep, 2015
I felt refreshed at the end of a phone call with a client I'll call "Mark." It wasn't just because Mark, like many of my clients, is smart and likeable. What made the conversation energizing was listening to a person whose orientation to the continuum of time is so nicely balanced. Mark is comfortable with his past and has fond memories of growing up within a big family. Of course, he has experienced career bumps over the...
25 Simple Trust Building Behaviors
by Nan S. Russell - Sep, 2015
We can use the same words but mean different things. When it comes to building trust at work that's often the case. However you define trust or use the word, stop thinking about trust per se, even though trust is a necessary ingredient to both engagement and innovation. A better way to look at trust is to look at the behaviors that enable engagement, innovation, great work, sustainable results, and exceptional work relation...
45% of Employers Screen Job Candidates Online
by Joshua Waldman - Sep, 2015
There is no doubt that social media is changing the way we are communicating. Polls, published on FastCompany put this trend into perspective for Job Seekers: -45% of employers check social networks before hiring -11% plan to use social networking sites for screening in the near future -35% of companies had rejected a candidate based on information from a social-network profile -14% rejected a candidate for using an e...
5 Healthy Snacks to Take to Work
by Mary G. White - Sep, 2015
The food that you eat during the workday can have a significant impact on how you feel and how effectively you are able to perform. It’s definitely important to take a lunch break, and there are plenty of great ideas for healthy lunches you can take to work that can keep you from having to eat in restaurants too often. It’s also a good idea, though, to keep some healthy snacks on hand – either in your desk or in your office re...
5 Ways a Professional Organization Can Advance Your Career
by Tiffany Young - Sep, 2015
Getting ahead professionally takes more than just knowing how to do the job or having advanced degrees. The advancement of your career is solely your responsibility and shouldn’t just be a focus when searching for a new job. For help, try turning to professional organization for your career needs.There is benefit to joining a professional organization– it’s an investment that can be one of the biggest career moves you’ll ever...
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