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Author: Laura Neidig

Laura Neidig works for the Riley Children's Foundation as Senior Communications Officer. She also serves as Marketing Liaison with the Indianapolis Monumental Marathon and is a 4-time Emmy award winner.

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Best Workplace Ever: A Coffee Shop is Perfect for Me

Times have changed in Indianapolis from the days of the steno pool, where a large room was filled with employees proficient in shorthand, ready at the asking to take dictation from the boss. We don’t need to be that close to our supervisor anymore to be productive. Remote working is mainstream. And isn’t that great? […]

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Tue, September 15 2015 » Personal Organization, Time Management » 2 Comments

You’re a New Boss. Have You Had Any Leadership Training?

Coaching. Clear communication. Goal setting. Mentoring. Feedback. Relationship building. Delegation. The first time you were promoted, was it because you could do any of those things well? Think about it. Probably not.

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Tue, March 24 2015 » Change Managment and Learning Organization, Corporate Culture » 1 Comment

From Non-Profit to For-Profit

I have heard some folks say that they have a heart for non-profit work. I do not think I am one of those people. I transitioned out of the not-for-profit (NFP) world to the for-profit sector. And by ‘transitioned,’ I mean lost my non-profit job here in Indianapolis because the position was eliminated.

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Tue, December 2 2014 » Corporate Culture, Self Development » No Comments

9 Ways to Ensure Your Clients Actually Pay You

There is nothing more mind-numbingly frustrating than not getting paid what you’re owed. It can be a mistake in payroll or just not getting paid for services rendered. I actually got a direct deposit slip once (right here in Central Indiana) that said “NO PAY DUE,” as well as getting stiffed for a job completed. […]

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Tue, September 30 2014 » Ethics and Fraud » No Comments

Don’t Be Afraid of Working — or Leading — Remotely

No longer is the land of cubicles the only way to get work done for many businesses. Even as the cool new open offices take their place in the Indianapolis landscape, another way to get work done is taking hold–not only in Indy–but around the world: working remotely. Job seekers, take note.

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Tue, August 5 2014 » Corporate Culture, Leadership, Technology Tips » No Comments

Rookie Mistakes I Made in My Job Search

Gone are the days when looking for a job meant sitting down with the classified section of the paper and a red pen. That would be easy. Looking for a job in today’s highly competitive Indianapolis job market is anything but.

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Tue, July 8 2014 » Career Planning and Goal Setting » 4 Comments