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  When Humility Frees Creativity
by Mark Gorkin - Mar, 2016
It was a humbling week for this word artist. A couple of years ago I formulated the phrase “High Tech & Human Touch.” Technology was now so large and omnipresent, “high task” had become a downgraded Pluto in the Stress Doc’s cultural-lexical alliterative universe. In fact, a proposed workshop-retreat program title developed with friend and colleague, Liz Gibson, was: Bridging the High Tech & Human Touch Divide. Clearly, a...
 
  Student Employment Success is Just as Important as Financial Aid
by Bob Roth - Feb, 2016
Is it better for students to receive 20, 40 or 60 thousand dollars in Financial Aid in the form of Student Loans or obtain the information, training and guidance that greatly increases their chances of landing A Job that pays 40, 50 or 60 thousand dollars a year? Of course it would be great if a college would do both. However, there are comparisons that can tell us where your college stands on this issue. Where does your co...
 
  Are You Lucky?
by Carole Kanchier - Feb, 2016
Do you look at the bright side of life and anticipate good fortune and success? Or, do you feel that you are missing something when it comes to good luck and fortune? Do you have winning personality traits? Answer “Yes” or “No” 1. I expect to win. 2. I often follow my intuition. 3. I see the bright side of a problem. 4. I seize opportunities in unexpected situations. 5. I'm open to new opportunities. 6. I'm optim...
 
  7 Must-Have Qualities of the Best Project Managers
by Alexandra Levit - Feb, 2016
The best of the best project managers are part people-master and part data-head. Over at the American Management Association, Tom Kendrick, author of 101 Project Management Problems and How to Solve Them, asked readers how to assess if they have what it takes to be successful project managers. We’ve been talking a lot about certification here, but Tom approached the issue from another angle: what qualities do the best PMs m...
 
  Sustaining Enthusiasm For A Long Term Project
by Alexandra Levit - Feb, 2016
The New Horizons Pluto mission took so long its destination planet was reclassified. For the project managers, it was the ultimate marathon. In 2001, a team led by NASA principal investigator Alan Stern crafted the proposal for the New Horizons mission. Five years later in 2006, NASA launched an unmanned probe, a spacecraft weighing over 1,000 pounds, on the first-ever route to Pluto. Less than a year later, the Internat...
 
  Why Being Too Responsive Is Bad
by Marshall Goldsmith - Feb, 2016
Are you a highly responsive person? Are you so easily triggered that you respond in an uninterrupted A to B sequence that leaves no breathing room for hesitation, reflection and choice? How does a trigger actually work within us? Why do we respond seemingly without even thinking? Are there moving parts between the trigger and the behavior? If so, what are they? And how can we gain access them? I would suggest that the mo...
 
  Do You Know Your Sales Terms?
by Alexandra Levit - Feb, 2016
What does a funnel have to do with revenue? If you’ve ever wondered what your process teams were going on about, you’ve come to the right place. You know the feeling. You’re meeting with someone from sales or marketing and you’re listening attentively as they passionately describe their project. You want to understand what they’re talking about, but you don’t have an MBA and some of the vocabulary is just lost on you. Howev...
 
  Two Words That Will Kill Any Conversation
by Marshall Goldsmith - Feb, 2016
It doesn’t matter how friendly your tone is or how honey sweet you’re in a conversation and you start your sentences with one of these words (or both), the message to your recipient is “You are wrong.” What are these conversation stopping words? They are “No” and “But.” These words don’t say, “Let’s discuss this” or “I’d love to hear what you think about this” to people. They say, unequivocally, “You are wrong and I am r...
 
  Swarming: The Next Big Thing in Agile or Buzz Kill?
by Alexandra Levit - Feb, 2016
Gartner has predicted that the swarm will be the future of teams, but what are the advantages and disadvantages of such an arrangement? Mid-century work teams will be temporary in addition to virtual. The growth of contract work and the specialization of organizations will spell the end for stable groups that work together a long time. Teamwork will still be valued and rewarded, but the teams themselves will form and disban...
 
  Is Your Job Stressful?
by Carole Kanchier - Feb, 2016
Numerous studies show that job stress is the major source of stress for American adults and that it has escalated progressively over the past few decades. Occupational stress has been defined as a "global epidemic" by the United Nations' International Labor Organization. As for business, The World Health Organization estimates that stress costs American businesses $300 billion dollars a year in absenteeism, lower productivi...
 
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