Focus on Employee Behaviors to Get Results

Posted on June 5th, by Marnie Green in Management Articles. No Comments

We all have an “attitude” problem at times. You’ve probably even had employees who you’ve described as having a bad attitude.  However, focusing on the attitude of an employee while trying to influence his/her work performance is a bad idea.

No one wants to be labeled and no one wants to be judged.  When you think … Read More »


Avoid Inherited Performance Problems

Posted on June 5th, by Marnie Green in Management Articles. No Comments

Have you ever received the “inheritance surprise?” No, not the one that comes after probate proceedings.  “Inheritance surprise” is the surprise you get you get a new employee and find their performance is not up to expectations.

Managers inherit employees in two ways:  when the supervisor is new to the work group or when the employee … Read More »


The Best time to look for a new Job

Posted on June 5th, by Gavin Redelman in Career Advice. No Comments

Most of us tend to begin the search for a new job when we’re either retrenched, about to graduate, have just been passed up for a promotion or absolutely can’t stand our boss anymore. You typically want a job immediately if any of these things have happened to you; however the best time to look … Read More »


Dress Like an Organizational Leader

Posted on June 5th, by Gabe Gabrielsen in Career Advice. No Comments

This is the second article of a five part series. The first article focused on ‘Writing Styles’ of organizational leaders; this will article ponder the Dress and Appearance of the men and women who actually lead and transform organizations.

As stated in article one, I had a fantastic opportunity, early in my career, to work with … Read More »