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Everybody Lies in the Job Search Process

Honesty matters. That’s what you learned from your parents, your teachers, your coaches, and the religious figures in your life. But everyone who has ever been involved in the job search process—whether as an employer or a candidate—knows that lying is commonplace. It’s time to have a heart-to-heart about dishonesty. Buckle up, because the truth […]

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Tue, April 14 2015 » Career Planning and Goal Setting, Change Managment and Learning Organization, Ethics and Fraud » No 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 » No Comments

Real World Psychology “Tricks” for the Workplace

Midwesterners are known for their pleasant attitude and friendly demeanor. Here in Indiana—where people are referred to using the folksy term “hoosiers”—you might expect workplace conversations to always be straightforward. But that isn’t always the case. Here are some “tricks” for influencing behavior.

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Tue, February 17 2015 » Change Managment and Learning Organization, Stress and Mindfullness, Success Consciousness » No Comments

The Danger of Traditional Thinking

I recently visited a small logistics firm here in Indianapolis. Like just about every trucking company, they had a solid, traditional-sounding name, operated out of a nondescript building, and were located in an industrial part of town. Are there good reasons for these choices?

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Tue, January 20 2015 » Change Managment and Learning Organization, Corporate Culture, Leadership » No Comments

How Do People Want to be Managed?

I heard “Manage others the way you want to be managed” three times in one day last week. The last time was at dinner with friends when Robby Slaughter and I simultaneously yelped “No!”

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Tue, July 29 2014 » Change Managment and Learning Organization, Leadership » 1 Comment

Managing Age Discrimination at Work

Whether you’re older or younger than colleagues, customers, or interviewers, there is a chance you will experience age discrimination at work. How do you recognize it? And what do you do when it happens?

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Tue, June 17 2014 » Change Managment and Learning Organization, Corporate Culture, Ethics and Fraud » 1 Comment