Searching for the right candidate can take time, so the last thing a hiring manager wants to do is make a critical mistake that causes the candidate to reverse their decision. Stephen Irwin, President of New Ventures Planning, joins the show to talk about some common mistakes that hiring managers make after an offer has been accepted, and how to avoid these mistakes.
Employees thrive on praise and recognition when they’re doing their job appropriately. However, often times managerial boomerangs are thrown and they can cause employee disengagement. Just what is a managerial boomerang? David Roppo, an author and coach that’s peaks about work/life balance, engagement, and leadership development, joins the show to explore this concept. With host Cady Chesney, Roppo will dive into why praise...
How companies develop business presentations and the important aspects of quality execution can go a long way in their consistent success. To discuss this subject, Tim Muma speaks with Phil Alexander, co-founder of Quick2Launch, where they help businesses build and manage their presentations. Phil also offers his experienced insight into the keys to productive presentations and the overall value they provide.
Creating and successfully running a business requires blood, sweat and tears, so when it's finally time to sell, owners should do everything to get the best offer possible. Kevin Short, managing partner and CEO of Clayton Capital Partners, is the author of "Sell Your Business for an Outrageous Price: An Insider's Guide to Getting More Than You Ever Thought Possible." Kevin joins Tim Muma to give listeners the most important...
Micromanagement can lead to a variety of pitfalls for companies and businesses – such as discouraged or disgruntled employees. Robert Naylor, Founder of Robert Naylor Coaching and Consulting, LLC, joins LJNRadio to discuss the signs and effects of micromanagement, and to explain how managers can effectively remedy their own micromanagement tactics.
There are many stereotypes surrounding telecommuting; from believing that telecommuters work in their pajamas or watch television all day, instead of working. Jolie Miller, Director of Business and Education Content at Lynda.com, joins the show to share her experiences as a veteran telecommuter, and to debunk the common stereotypes that surround telecommuting.
Those in leadership positions are responsible for inspiring their direct reports to bring the organizations vision to life. According to Todd Attridge, a leadership consultant, “[Leadership] is about fully understanding why you’re in business, then directing all available resources to enable that why.” Join host Cady Chesney and Mr. Attridge as they explore how to bring a corporate vision to life.
The health and wellness of a workforce has taken on much greater importance in recent years as statistics provide evidence of the tangible benefits gained by employees. Joining Tim Muma to talk about effective corporate wellness is Chris Cutter, founder and CEO of LifeDojo. Chris and his organization focuses on permanent health behavior programs, and he explains why this works best, including the true value of a healthy team.
For many employees, positive workplace culture is a key contributor to career-related success and satisfaction. To learn more about the deterrents for a positive company culture, and how these can be remedied, LJNRadio is joined by Liz Ryan, CEO and Founder of Human Workplace, Inc.–a career coaching and consulting business.
Many times you hear about what should not be said in the workplace, but there are phrases that leaders would be wise to use over and over again. Tim Muma speaks with entrepreneur AJ Agrawal, the CEO and co-founder of Alumnify, who offers his diverse perspective on the effective use of language as a leader. He fills us in on what can never be said enough and why it's important for leaders to be authentic when they speak.