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This month's guest, Marnie Green, is Principal Consultant at Management Education Group and author of both Painless Performance Evaluations and Painless Performance Conversations. Listen in as she shares examples of organizations who have seen shifts in culture as a result of a new performance management process and supporting technology.
Join Dr. Wayne Applewhite, Co-Founder of Just Leadership, LLC, Adjunct Professor for Boston University, and the host of “Affect!”, as he and his Guest for tonight's airing of "Affect!", Colonel Michael Ross, discuss "Organizational Change and Adaptation".
If you have gone through it, are going to go through it in the near future, or have found yourself in it right now, you might not want to miss this episode!
Michael Moore, JD, joins the podcast to discuss some of the factors that are affecting law firms’ ability – or inability – to keep their best employees.
Michael Moore, JD, is the founder of Moore's Law, LLC, and helps both lawyers and law firms create professional success. Moore specializes in individual marketing, client development and leadership coaching. He also advises law firms on strategic planning, growth initiatives and resource optimization. A frequent speaker at ALA events across the country, his current topics have included mentoring, leadership, financial management and strategic planning. Moore is also the author of The Lawyers' Toolkit for Creating Both Personal and Professional Success, an essential resource for every lawyer's library. The short, "how-to" chapters highlight all of the non-legal skills necessary for today's professional lawyer and include illustrative, real-life examples.
Catch his session and many more at ALA’s Human Resources Conference for Legal Professionals. Visit alanet.org/hr for more details.
My friend Steve Balzac, author of "Organizational Psychology for Managers" (download book excerpt on Motivation here), answers these questions:
1. Many tech companies handle leadership by promoting an engineer to team management/leadership. Is it true that engineers only respect other engineers as team leaders? What does that do to team performance?
2. You mention the use of games in chapter 8. How can games be used to develop leadership skills and inspire innovation?
3. How can I apply the principles in your book to promote effective organizational change? How can gamification help me there as well?
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You do all you can do and go as far as you can go. You get all the results you can get and when you know just can't go any further on your own, you must look for help. This help needs to come in the form of another talented person!
You need to understand how and when you will know you need help. Your business will change over time. You will move from being everything to everyone and eventually will need assistance so you can focus on more of the revenue generating tasks and quite frankly, so you don't burn out!
This organizational model that I will cover in today's session will help you with exactly this topic! It is a big one and it is going to be one of the most challenging. Having a proven model to follow is key!
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Today we will cover the MREA Organizational Model!
From your first hire to your last, the key to knowing which people to bring onboard and what skills they should have on their resumes is to have a detailed Organizational Model!
We will cover the 3 distinct areas of staffing: administrative, buyer and seller. We will also cover the hiring path, we will go over the basic job descriptions and learn how you can get to the 7th level in your business.
We will talk about how to find the exceptional talent you need in your business and will cover the 7 recruiting sources!
Then we will move to the 9 major compensation options and lastly, talk about the best compensation philosophies!
This is the last of the MREA models and so the next sessoins will begin to cover the NET A Million issues and help you ride these models all the way to your goal - a million dollars a year in annual personal income!
Shieh-Chi Chen is the president of 2Sisters Consulting Inc. An executive coach and consultant with clients at the senior leadership and management levels. She brings twenty years of diversity training and consulting to North American businesses. And she has seen it all!
Shieh-Chi coined the phrase ¨A thousand little cuts.¨ It speaks to all our experiences trying to establish, promote, and protect our unique selves. Tonight she shares her diversity journey, and what she's learned. This show is for all organizational leaders and members at all levels. Learn what it takes to self-manage the need to express your own unique diversity. And how to build and sustain diverse organizations.
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Today we will talk about the 2nd part of Chapter 10, The Organizational Model!
Empowering your people is KEY to your success and their success. I will cover the 10 Principles for doing this. We will also talk about Consulting your team member as this is at the very heart of empowerment. Instead of thinking of accountability as being confrontation, think of it as "carefrontation".
I will also cover the two D's in your organization: The Leadership D and the Business D. And having them both in your business is the key to building a truly great organization.
As an ongoing reminder, think of your Organziational Model this way:
Talent to shine,
Systems to define,
Train and consult to refine.
Global Product Management Talk is pleased to bring you episode 022 of...
The Everyday Innovator with host Chad McAllister, PhD.
The podcast is all about helping people involved in developing and managing products become more successful, grow their careers, and STANDOUT from their peers.
Our Guests: I have not one, but two guests to discuss product innovation for this episode. The first is Kimberly Johnson, who I met through the Global PMI Innovation Practice Area. I learned that Kim had recently co-authored a chapter for an upcoming book, and the chapter is titled “Triggering Innovation Through Organizational Development.” Her co-author is my second guest, AB Reynolds.
Highlights from the discussion include:
The concepts are synthesized from a powerhouse of interviews with 3M innovators, organized around 3 themes that foster organizational innovation:
Conditions must exist to allow individuals and teams to create innovative products.
Leaders must spot, support, and invest in valuable innovations.
As the product matures, leaders must optimize the innovation and eventually harvest the business or choose to renew the organization with a new set of products.
To overcome resistance to incorporating innovation into the culture, create an organizational conversation about the future to engage people – get people excited about trends taking place and how the organization should participate. A simple tool is to put a question in a shared area to begin discussions, such as, “How can we …”
If you are an innovator, team up with others that can influence the right people to make change occur. In organizations, innovation requires teams to make things happen.
Join Dr. Wayne Applewhite, Co-Founder of Just Leadership, LLC, Adjunct Professor for Boston University, and the host of “Affect!”, as he and the Rev. Dr. Jeff Haugh, PE., discuss "Avoiding Narrative Collapse."
For those of you that are thinking about growing your organization (personnel) or are in the beginning stages of that process already, it might be of interest to you to listen in on the conversation and if you would like, give us a call during the show and ask some questions!
Join us today on Women Lead Radio, as Michelle Bergquist, your host of Women Who Lead, interviews Cecile Bereal, the host of Serving Up and Diversity and President of RMA Management Alliance, Inc.
We’re all born with an attitude. It’s what we do with it that makes a difference.
Workplace attitudes affect morale, productivity and team building. Today she has a dynamic conversation with Michelle on attitude in the workplace and in business. She will define and discuss the components of attitude.
Cecile will also address the issue of bullying. She will highlight the types of bully behavior and talk about how you can identify the personality of a bully in the workplace. We will ask her for guidance on what steps you can take to address and deal with bullying at work.
Cecile is currently the President of RMA Management Alliance, a human resources training, consulting and organizational management firm specializing in the "ations," - employee relations, investigations, mediations, and facilitations.
Cecile Bereal is your host of Serving Up Diversity, a show designed to showcase the value of diversity and inclusion in the workplace and to examine best practices among stellar companies striving for a cohesive and diverse workforce.