BusinessNewsDaily 5 Leadership Blind Spots (and How to Overcome Them) BusinessNewsDaily Even the most effective leaders have flaws. Unfortunately, many leaders don't know what those flaws are or how to fix them.
When you apply for a job, many employers will check your references to make sure you are a good fit. Have you ever thought about checking the references on your employer, in particular your future supervisor? Next time, give it a try.
There’s a saying that employees don’t leave companies, they leave managers – and today they are leaving more often than ever. According to recent Department of Labor statics, the average tenure of an employee in the U.S.
"The world is moving too fast," Kotter says. "You can't add on a little thing and another little thing. There has to be dual structure driven by the accelerators."
Andrea Ignacio DC's insight:
"(The Volunteer Army) have organizational knowledge, relationships, credibility, and influence. They understand the need for change—they are often the first to see threats or opportunities—and have the zeal to implement it."
A great boss can make the workplace your favorite place to be. A bad one can transform the daily grind into one of the circles of Hell. Or make you dream about which of those circles you’d like to see your boss suffer in … for eternity. Unfortunately, a good boss is about as rare as a fine wine in the River Tantalus.
Ever wonder where the past few years have gone? Time flies personally and professionally. Across all industries, the work environment can change quickly with new product development, technology advances, evolving consumer preferences, and global business demands. Not to mention the
By one estimate, nearly one-third of school time is now spent preparing students to take standardized tests, administering the tests and reviewing the test results. Educators increasingly are saying, “Enough is enough!”
The national rising tide against over testing is about to enter a new phase if 9,000 educators gathering the next four days in Denver approve the “National Education Association Campaign Against Toxic Testing.”
An open letter from NEA and the “educators of America” states, “It is time to end this toxic testing and implement real accountability in our public education system. As educators who have dedicated our careers and lives to our students and their success, we will not stand silent while commercial standardized testing is used to reduce our public education system to wreckage.”
Lucy is part of Generation Y, the generation born between the late 1970s and the mid 1990s. She's a unique brand of yuppie, one who thinks they are the main character of a very special story. Only issue is this one thing: Lucy's kind of unhappy.
These are questions you must ask and answer for yourself, not the employer.
Andrea Ignacio DC's insight:
I leave interviews (just did 3 days ago) feeling like a moron who never learned to speak to strangers, who says everything wrong, and never remembers to ask the right questions. Thankfully that's not always the impression the other side has. (Phew!)
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