Jeff Hamilton is a blogger for Psychology Today who writes extensively about his experiences coping with Attention Deficit Disorder. In a recent post, Jeff discussed his decision to let a hiring manager know about his condition:
Who would step down as the CEO of one of the most influential financial institutions in the world? Bill Gross, that’s who.
A reader asks: At my new job, I must follow up on items of varying priority through the day.
When organizations believe they must change to survive, they often bring in an outsider to drive that transformation.
As busy managers, we’re often so overwhelmed by a mountain of daily tasks that we never get around to starting the projects that will propel our careers and benefit the organization in the long-term.
Today’s the first day back at work after a long holiday weekend. It also happens to be Cyber Monday, the online equivalent of the day-after-Thanksgiving retail shopping phenomenon Black Friday. According to research performed this month by CareerBuilder, 29 percent …
This Thanksgiving I am making three desserts – a chocolate chip pumpkin cheesecake, layered pumpkin cheesecake brownies, and white chocolate peanut butter oatmeal cookies. While I do love to bake, this is above and beyond even for me. It’s in …
Sustaining team motivation during the holiday season is a tall order. After all, your team members would probably rather be anywhere else than at work, and it’s difficult to keep them duly focused on the tasks at hand. What can …
On this blog, we talk a lot about how to reach your full potential as a leader. One of the most important things you can do along these lines is to cope productively and bounce back from failure.
Micromanaging is defined as insisting on having a say in an employee’s work at every opportunity, and every manager does it to some extent. Why? Primary reasons include the belief that you can do a task better yourself and the …