Archive for January, 2007

Something most managers hate to do is evaluate either their employees, or themselves. Managers who aren’t comfortable telling employees negative things about their employees really hate when it’s time for employee evaluations. Other managers usually hate it also because they haven’t cared enough to remember much of what most of their employees have done throughout […]

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The cartoon The Boondocks had an episode on the Cartoon Network last year where, instead of Martin Luther King, Jr being assassinated, he was greatly injured and was in a coma for almost 20 years, coming out of it and having to look at the world that he may have helped to create. He wasn’t […]

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I thank my friend Shirley Frazier, who wrote on her blog, Solo Business Marketing, about the Harvard Business Review Magazine. She was talking about one article in particular, but as I looked at the page, I was impressed by a great many of the articles on leadership and other topics. Of course there are caveats. […]

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We’re 12 days into the new year, and it’s already proven to be a year like, and unlike, other years. I begin the year at home, which hasn’t happened in a couple of years. I know, at some point, I’ll probably be off to some odd location or two, but it would be nice if, […]

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According to this, I am: Career Inventory Test Results Extroversion ||||||||||||||| 43% Emotional Stability ||||||||||||||||||||| 70% Orderliness |||||||||||||||||||||||| 73% Altruism ||||||||||||||| 50% Inquisitiveness |||||||||||||||||||||||||||| 86% You are a Planner, possible professions include – management consultant, economist, scientist, computer programmer, environmental planner, new business developer, curriculum designer, administrator, mathematician, psychologist, neurologist, biomedical researcher, strategic planner, civil […]

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