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  • Why You’re NOT a Thought Leader
    with Gal Borenstein and Tim Muma - May 16, 2014
    The term thought leader gets tossed around quite a bit today, but it appears a solid definition doesn't truly exist. Thus, while many say they are a thought leader in their respective industry, it could be a false belief. Gal Borenstein, Founder and CEO of Borenstein Group, gives Tim Muma a number of clues to determine which people are NOT thought leaders. Whether it's self-praise or slick phrasing, there are signs that poi...
  • Phrases Leaders Should Avoid
    with Dianna Booher and Tim Muma - May 7, 2014
    The words and actions of the leaders in an organization can make a huge impact on the employees' production and satisfaction. Dianna Booher, an expert in executive communications and the author of 46 books related to the topic, talks with Tim Muma about how certain phrases can create many problems for a company. Dianna also offers up some alternative things leaders can say to add a positive impact.
  • Hard Worker or Workaholic?
    with Dana Manciagli and Cady Chesney - April 28, 2014
    Are you a hard worker or a workaholic? The difference could be costly to your health and Dana Manciagli, Consultant and Author, joins the show to dive into how to avoid becoming a workaholic. With host Cady Chesney, Dana will explore four strategies for maintaining a healthy work-life balance. She will also take a look at when it is acceptable to be a workaholic (and how to stop).
  • Being Productively Generous
    with Adam Grant and Tim Muma - April 22, 2014
    When looking to succeed in our careers or advance in some way, a subconscious selfishness tends to take over our thoughts and actions. Adam Grant, Wharton professor and author of "Give and Take," argues we'd all be more productive and improve our stake as professionals if we practiced being productively generous instead. Adam explains to Tim Muma how being an asset to others is so effective, and describes the different ways...
  • Performance Evaluation Effectiveness
    with Justin Harris and Tim Muma - April 21, 2014
    In trying to accurately assess the production and value of employees, companies devise a variety of tools to allow managers to objectively rate their employees' performance. The problem becomes figuring out how effective these evaluations are. Justin Harris, human resources practitioner and generalist at Tennessee State University, talks to Tim Muma about critiquing and revamping the current performance evaluation you use a...
  • Avoiding Burnout
    with Paula Davis-Laack and Cady Chesney - April 18, 2014
    Early mornings and late nights spent at work, panic attacks over missing deadlines for the smallest projects, and a never-ending pile of work just sounds exhausting. But over time high levels of stress and anxiety can cause burnout. Paula Davis-Laack, founder and CEO of the Davis Laack Stress and Resilience Institute, joins us to share her experience with burnout and several strategies that you can use to prevent it from ha...
  • Managing in a Male-Dominated Industry
    with Anna Runyan and Cady Chesney - March 31, 2014
    Management comes with its own learning curve and challenges, but when you manage in a male-dominated industry, it’s a whole new ball game. Host Cady Chesney is joined by leadership coach and founder of the Classy Career Girl blog, Anna Runyan, as they dig deep into the challenges that a manager may face while managing a male-dominated team, and discover tips and suggestions for how to be an effective manager.
  • Remote Workforce: Factors to Consider Before Switching
    with Craig Bryant and Tim Muma - March 28, 2014
    Technology, efficiency and flexibility are all coming together to entice employers to move to a remote workforce. Of course, many individuals welcome the opportunity to work from elsewhere and have some autonomy. Craig Bryant, founder and product manager for Kin HR, gives Tim Muma and the employers listening some tips on what to think about before making the switch to a remote workforce.
  • Leadership Keys From General George Patton
    with Rhett Power and Tim Muma - March 27, 2014
    United States Army General George Patton has often been lauded as one of the greatest leaders in history. He stood by certain principles and strategies that made him an effective and successful leader. Business advisor Rhett Power, Co-Founder of Wild Creations, joins Tim Muma to breakdown some of the guidelines Patton followed to be a terrific leader and how we can take that into the current workforce. If these were good en...
  • Emotional Savvy
    with Janine Moon and Tim Muma - February 28, 2014
    While employers will always focus on the skills and experience an individual brings to the table, emotional savvy has garnered more attention and seen as an important factor in success. Janine Moon, a Master Certified Career Coach, discusses what emotional savvy entails and why it's important. She also gives Tim Muma some examples of how individuals can improve in this area and improve their career or business.