Thu.Dec 06, 2018

3 not-so-obvious reasons to use employee scheduling software in your small business

Strategy Driven

Makes a bigger dent than you might think. Turnover rates in the restaurant industry are among the highest in any industry. In 2017 the employee turnover rate in the US restaurant industry edged over 70%.

The George H.W. Bush Quote They’re Getting Wrong

Leadership Freak

I’ve seen a George H.W. Bush quote floating around on the Internet that completely misses the point. Former President George Bush didn’t say, “I think history will point out some of the things… Continue reading → Humility Mistakes Personal Growth Servant-leadership Success Leadership Development organizational success

New Leadership for a Changing Workforce

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post from Warren Wright: If you’re hiring and leading a team of freshly-minted college graduates, you may be noticing some differences in their behavior and preferences compared to previous graduates. That’s because they’re from a new generation—we are calling them Second-Wave Millennials (Second-Wavers).

Recruitment Game

Execupundit

Applicant: "I'd like to apply for Specialist III." HR: "I'm sorry. Specialist III requires six years of experience and I see from your application that you only have five. We have no openings for Specialist II. Specialist I, however, doesn't require any experience."

Preview Thursday: Building Resilience with Appreciative Inquiry

Lead Change Blog

We are pleased to present this excerpt from Building Resilience with Appreciative Inquiry by Joan Mcarthur-Blair & Jeanie Cockell. Integrating Appreciative Inquiry Practic es. Appreciative practices build resilience for leaders and their organizations and are an intrinsic part of being AI. There are many leadership practices that can be built out of appreciative inquiry, and here we highlight questions.

Sick Bed

Execupundit

I'm still recovering from what may be a sinus infection. There is a certain wariness to making predictions of a recovery date since around a year ago I had similar symptoms and just when recovery seemed near, awoke to a swollen neck that made me look as if I were auditioning for Elephant Man.

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Don't Hog All The Credit

Eric Jacobson

Insecure managers hog the credit for a job well done. Or, they hide the credit and don't give credit where credit is due. These managers are afraid to let their employees be in the limelight. Secure and successful managers talk up their employees, highlighting the good performance they've done, and are eager to give credit where credit is due. They promote their staff to their supervisor and to others within their organization.

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Power Corrupts – How to Avoid Losing Your Leadership Soul

Let's Grow Leaders

Power Corrupts, But Does It Have to Corrupt You? It was a heartfelt question. A young manager approached us after a Winning Well workshop and asked, “I’m not sure I want to be a leader. I keep seeing people get promoted – they […]. The post Power Corrupts – How to Avoid Losing Your Leadership Soul appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. confident humility Winning Well accountability leadership management power

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Macro-Decisions: The Fall of Berlin

Execupundit

Historian Antony Beevor in a BBC documentary on the fall of Berlin in 1945

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4 of the Most Important Skills of the Future

Lead from Within

The future is being built now with robotics, artificial intelligence, and all kinds of automation that will take over many of the skills we perform today. But there are some skills that we will need for the future, skills that can’t be automated.

The High Road of Humility

Execupundit

Those that travel the high road of humility in Washington are not bothered by heavy traffic. Senator Alan K. Simpson

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Fair request for free help

Rapid BI

This morning I received the following request: Hi Mike, I am working on designing an e-learning course ware for the managers, to help them understand the company’s rating scale which we use for performance evaluation. we have five scales for performance and appraisal. the problem is most of the managers can’t differentiate between the 1st […]. The post Fair request for free help appeared first on RapidBI. Management e-learning Performance appraisal performance criteria

Human Ressources Coordinator – CAMSO Inc. – Plattsburgh, NY

HR Digest

HR Jobs. HR Business Partners & Regional Support. You have experience within HR main activities; You know the HR laws (FMLA, FLSA, ADA, etc); From Camso Inc. - Thu, 06 Dec 2018 10:50:19 GMT - View all Plattsburgh, NY jobs. Human Ressources Coordinator - CAMSO Inc. Plattsburgh, NY. The post Human Ressources Coordinator – CAMSO Inc. – Plattsburgh, NY appeared first on The HR Digest. Hr Jobs Hiring an HR

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The Coalitions That Could Hold the EU Together

Harvard Business Review

altmodern/Getty Images. The European Union has experienced a series of disasters over the last 10 years, each one of which has posed a major threat to its stability.

Why Social Entrepreneurs Are So Burned Out

Harvard Business Review

VisualCommunications/Getty Images. Can entrepreneurs help address the society’s biggest challenges — without burning out? These are pressing questions.

Why Trump and Xi’s 90-Day Trade Truce Is a Step in the Right Direction

Harvard Business Review

David Madison/Getty Images. The audible, global sigh of relief in the wake of last weekend’s decision by Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping to negotiate trade war issues over the next 90 days was well justified. The deal is a big step forward for all concerned.

Why Companies That Wait to Adopt AI May Never Catch Up

Harvard Business Review

Paul Bradbury/Getty Images. While some companies — most large banks, Ford and GM, Pfizer, and virtually all tech firms — are aggressively adopting artificial intelligence, many are not.

Global Perspectives and Leadership Growth at Harvard Business School Executive Education - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM HBS EXECUTIVE EDUCATION

Harvard Business Review

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