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  Viewing Your Employee File
by Randy Enochs - May, 2011
Probably one of things employees often do not know about, at least in Wisconsin, regards their right to view their employee/personnel file. A lot of employees wonder what happens with those yearly reviews, disciplinary write-ups and handbooks and often never see these materials unless they are terminated. In Wisconsin employees are allowed, under law (Wis. Stat. sec. 103.13), to view their personnel file twice per year within...
 
  What American Businesses Can Learn
by Eva Jenkins - May, 2011
The military strike against Osama bin Laden is a case study in how employee engagement drives success says Washington, D.C. area business consultant Eva Jenkins. The recent historic military strike against Osama bin Laden is likely to remain front page news for some time to come with lasting impact on both military and political policy-making. As a consultant who focuses on ‘human capital’ in the business world, Eva Jenki...
 
  How Corporate Culture Ignites Results
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - May, 2011
Culture trumps strategy! For individuals, character is destiny. For organizations, culture is destiny. I was working with one of my executive coaching clients recently who is a partner in a large San Francisco Bay Area law firm. My client heads up the firm’s strategy planning team and as a result of our coaching includes a cross section of members of the firm. We discussed how the right culture will need to be created to ex...
 
  Ten Tips to Build a Culture of Trust
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - May, 2011
Companies that foster a culture of transparency and trust clearly have a competitive advantage for sustainable success. Trust is one of the essential ingredients to build collaborative relationships, high performance teams and a winning culture. Without trust you can’t have engaged relationships and without engaged relationships you won’t be a successful leader, manager, sales person, or team member etc. When people experien...
 
  Employees Draining Your Time? Try ¡°Monkey Management.¡±
by Dawn Lennon - May, 2011
Time is a resource we control. If we don¡¯t, we get stressed like when: ¡öWe¡¯re up against a deadline ¡öWork volume is overtaking us ¡öWe need help ¡öPriorities conflict We¡¯re not much fun to be around when we¡¯re on edge. Time stress affects the way we relate to our peers and employees. It makes decision-making more difficult and less reliable. It takes its toll. Avoiding the time drain trap People are often...
 
  Pretty Good at Managing Employee Performance? What About Bob?
by Dawn Lennon - May, 2011
Go to training. Learn how to manage people. Go back to your work group and deliver all those promised results. Sweet! Ugh…then reality turns sweet into sour. Live situations don’t match the training role plays or the workbook exercises. Our success as managers is a function of our ability to select and apply the best practices we need to solve the performance issues staring at us. Here’s a test case for you the puzz...
 
  Making a Case for Air Traffic Controllers Sleeping on the Job
by Marcia Robinson - Apr, 2011
There have been five reported incidents of air traffic controllers sleeping on the job in the last few weeks. Following the Reagan International Airport incident, air traffic controllers have been caught sleeping on the job at Reno-Tahoe airport, McGhee Tyson airport, Seattle International airport, Lubbock Preston Smith International airport and at a Miami regional radar facility providing area control services for Florida as...
 
  How to Use Brain Science to Maximize Employee’s Peak Performance
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Apr, 2011
The ability to select, motivate, develop, engage and retain top people is critical to a company’s success. If you want to build a company where people love to work you have to know how to hire and keep the right people. Great companies and managers start with optimistic, change-resilient, and committed people whose values fit the workplace culture. Retaining peak performing people involves creating a healthy work environme...
 
  Supervisory Skills to Manage Recent College Grads
by Marcia Robinson - Apr, 2011
Millions of recent college graduates enter the workplace yearly. These new college graduates bring new skills, high expectations and anxiety to the workplace. Supervisors who manage recent college graduates also come into these new working relationships with anticipation and anxiety; concerned about the steps involved in professionally developing these new graduates. To help these college graduates develop into the professiona...
 
  Employees Are Falling Asleep at Work After Working Long Hours
by Marcia Robinson - Apr, 2011
The fact that employees fall asleep at work made the news again when a Washington DC, Air Trafic Controller, fell asleep at work at the Reagan International Airport. The aviation industry made news alson in October 2009, when Northwest Airlines pilots missed the Minneapolis airport. Northwest referred to the mishap employees' "loss of situational awareness." That's the airline lingo for saying the pilots may have fallen asleep...
 
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