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  Six Tips for Getting More Respect at Work
by Tai Goodwin - Oct, 2011
Respect is an important part of the way we live. However in today’s society, respect is often seen as an afterthought. And unfortunately this same attitude carries over into the world of work. With millions of college educated professionals treating the cast of “The Bad Girls’ Club” and “Jersey Shore” as their role models, respect is often taken for granted, ignored, or seen as an entitlement rather than something established...
 
  Using Group Projects to Advance Your Career
by Tai Goodwin - Oct, 2011
Group projects are part of everyday life in many workplaces. If you enjoy the autonomy of working by your self, being part of a team may not seem all that exciting to you. It makes sense that by working successfully with a team, you can accomplish more than you could individually. But being a part of the right group project can also help advance your career. Benefits of Contributing to a Group Project at Work 1. It hel...
 
  Want a Better Work Environment: Be the Change You Want to See
by Tai Goodwin - Oct, 2011
Wouldn’t it be great if you could snap your fingers and have everyone in your office transformed into the perfect colleague? Or what if you came into your office in the morning to find yourself working for a new boss – one who was supportive, flexible and nurturing? Just imagine how much more you would enjoy work, and how much happier you would be. No matter how hard we close our eyes and wish, the truth is we really can’t...
 
  Would You Sign This Declaration?
by Steve Farber - Oct, 2011
A Declaration of Extreme Leadership We, the undersigned, have devoted ourselves–personally and professionally–to changing the world, in some way, for the better. We strive to use what we have–passion, talent, desire, resources, imagination, time–to make a difference, to expand the rightness of things. We don’t consider ourselves to be naive or idealistic–although others certainly may. We are pragmatists of the highes...
 
  BUSSINESS PSYCHOLOGY FOR SUCCESS: Communicate Your Likability
by William Cottringer - Oct, 2011
Success in business often depends on something you may not have given much thought to. This mysterious X-factor is likability. Likability is an accumulation of several personal characteristics that other people quickly perceive and judge in a positive or negative way. Likability makes everything else easy and paves the way for you to be successful by having a positive influence with people. On the other hand, unlikability buil...
 
  CHALLENGE YOUR OWN BEST THINKING
by William Cottringer - Oct, 2011
We are experiencing a major transformation in the workplace today. We are moving from a primary focus on things to one on thoughts. To keep up with this major change, supervisors have to be willing to embrace four transformational crucibles in their career development efforts. Successful supervisor will become: (1) perpetual learners (2) productive thinkers (3) interpersonal magnates (4) creative problem solvers. Bel...
 
  HOW TO BE A GOOD EMPLOYEE
by William Cottringer - Oct, 2011
Being a good employee is something that is expected and needed by all employers. I suspect most employers would be extremely happy if all their employees complied with a dozen basic expectations. These simple requirements are a prescription for being a good employee. If you practice these suggestions you are likely to get recognized and rewarded. Plus, you will be enjoying your work more! 1. SHOW UP ON TIME. No jo...
 
  Little Things Count Most in Getting a Job
by William Cottringer - Oct, 2011
A long time ago I discovered an extremely useful concept called perturbation point, or just "P" point for short. These are the little critical things you can do to get the biggest results. The following checklist has the little things you need to take care of to get the best results in your job hunt. 1. Have you done a complete and honest self-inventory as to what your best skills and abilities are and what type and level...
 
  THE RIGHT WORK ATTITUDE
by William Cottringer - Oct, 2011
We are often hesitant to set standards for good work attitudes and discipline employees for having bad ones. Part of this hesitancy may be in our inability to talk about attitudes in clear and precise terms. Below is a standard of a good work attitude supervisors should strive to enforce and reinforce with all employees in the workplace. Companies should incorporate this attitude standard into a general workpla...
 
  Executive Team Building – Establishing A Team Direction
by Shari Roth - Sep, 2011
One of the major roles of executive leadership is to build solid teams. Executive team building for results is grounded in knowing and understanding the direction of the team. The direction sets the stage for the purpose of the team and where the team is going. Without establishing a team direction you really don’t have a team at all. What you have is a bunch of individuals who are loosely affiliated but everyone goes off...
 
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