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Nobody's Perfect looks at things a little backwards: What NOT to do. Mistakes are often the best teachers and errors in judgment cross all industries. Job seekers and executives alike commit a variety of blunders that you can learn from so you can avoid the common, damaging missteps.

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LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Managing and Responding to Poor Performance (Pt. 2)

Tim Muma continues his conversation with Steve Kessel, a training specialist for MRA, who expalins how an organization can handle poor performance, acknowledging that it goes a long way in determining the overall success of a company. Steve brings his experience to the show in giving employers and managers advice on how to prevent poor performance from occurring and effectively working toward a solution when it happens. Nobody's Perfect looks at things a little backwards: What NOT to do. Mistakes are often the best teachers and errors in judgment cross all industries. Job seekers and executives alike commit a variety of blunders that you can learn from so you can avoid the common, damaging missteps.

11 MIN2013 MAR 22
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LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Managing and Responding to Poor Performance (Pt. 2)

LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Managing and Responding to Poor Performance (Pt. 1)

Not every employee is going to be a superstar, but how an organization handles poor performance goes a long way in determining the overall success of a company. Steve Kessel, a training specialist for MRA, explains to Tim Muma the many considerations that go into a company's strategy and execution when handling poor performers - whether it is skill-based concern or behavior-related issues. He also gives some advice on areas management can prevent problems and give plenty of help to those employees that are under-performing. Nobody's Perfect looks at things a little backwards: What NOT to do. Mistakes are often the best teachers and errors in judgment cross all industries. Job seekers and executives alike commit a variety of blunders that you can learn from so you can avoid the common, damaging missteps.

15 MIN2013 MAR 22
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LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Managing and Responding to Poor Performance (Pt. 1)

LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Recruiting Trends for the Near Future

Employers seeking talented workers are in the midst of certain transitions, whether it comes to technology, the workforce itself or what is truly valuable to an organization. With that in mind, strategies and philosophies need adjustment when it comes to hiring in the near future (even now if they're bold). Lou Adler, Founder and CEO of The Adler Group, a training and consulting firm helping companies find and hire top talent, discusses with Tim Muma about the areas that are impacting the success of employers' hiring habits and the ways best to target talented individuals. Nobody's Perfect looks at things a little backwards: What NOT to do. Mistakes are often the best teachers and errors in judgment cross all industries. Job seekers and executives alike commit a variety of blunders that you can learn from so you can avoid the common, damaging missteps.

20 MIN2013 MAR 20
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LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Recruiting Trends for the Near Future

LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - The Death of Motivation

There are plenty of articles and stories we see and hear about motivation or engagement lacking in many workplaces. While there definitely is an individual element to those situations, employers and managers also play a role in killing or reviving their employees' drive to succeed. Tim Muma speaks with Chris Mittelstaedt, Founder and CEO of The FruitGuys, who describes some areas where the death of motivation is brought on by the actions of those in charge. He also adds his suggestions for reversing those tactics and gives us a peek as to why his employees stay motivated and contribute to the success of his company. Nobody's Perfect looks at things a little backwards: What NOT to do. Mistakes are often the best teachers and errors in judgment cross all industries. Job seekers and executives alike commit a variety of blunders that you can learn from so you can avoid the common, damaging missteps.

21 MIN2013 FEB 20
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LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - The Death of Motivation

LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Management Impedance

A majority of workers believe their boss or manager plays an integral role in their progression in the company; however, most believe that same person is doing little to help - even blocking them from advancement. All employees and employers need to watch out for these obstacles to prevent from standing in the way of success - individually and as a group. Tim Muma chats with Kim Ruyle, President of Inventive Talent Consulting, about the role of managers in the growth and advancement of employees, and the important areas included in the process. Nobody's Perfect looks at things a little backwards: What NOT to do. Mistakes are often the best teachers and errors in judgment cross all industries. Job seekers and executives alike commit a variety of blunders that you can learn from so you can avoid the common, damaging missteps.

26 MIN2013 FEB 7
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LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Management Impedance

LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Human Age (Pt. 2)

We're continuing our discussion about "The Human Age," a term created by ManpowerGroup, a respected, innovative workforce solutions company, as we continue a transition period of work and employment. Tim Muma and Melanie Holmes, Vice President with ManpowerGroup, pick up the conversation by zeroing in on the mobilization of talent and some potential issues with employers catering to the ideas of "The Human Age." Nobody's Perfect looks at things a little backwards: What NOT to do. Mistakes are often the best teachers and errors in judgment cross all industries. Job seekers and executives alike commit a variety of blunders that you can learn from so you can avoid the common, damaging missteps.

12 MIN2013 FEB 6
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LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Human Age (Pt. 2)

LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Human Age (Pt. 1)

It's evident that the workforce and the world of business in general is taking on major changes (and has been for a number of years) where most individuals and organizations are in some level of transition. ManpowerGroup, a respected, innovative workforce solutions company, has deemed this new era "The Human Age." Melanie Holmes, Vice President with ManpowerGroup, breaks down to Tim Muma what this "age" means for all of us and why we ended up here. She also elaborates on the details of how employers can tap into this new way of thinking, behaving and succeeding - particularly as it relates to talent. Nobody's Perfect looks at things a little backwards: What NOT to do. Mistakes are often the best teachers and errors in judgment cross all industries. Job seekers and executives alike commit a variety of blunders that you can learn from so you can avoid the common, damaging missteps.

21 MIN2013 FEB 6
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LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Human Age (Pt. 1)

LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Performance Management: Let's Examine

An important part of any organization's sustained success is often reliant on the assessment of employees and their performance. Rose Mueller-Hanson, Director of Leadership and Organizational Consulting at PDRI, argues there are many issues with the traditional model of performance management as a formal task. Instead, Rose tells Tim Muma that there should be a continuous two-way flow of communication and assessment that lends for better awareness and improved performance. Nobody's Perfect looks at things a little backwards: What NOT to do. Mistakes are often the best teachers and errors in judgment cross all industries. Job seekers and executives alike commit a variety of blunders that you can learn from so you can avoid the common, damaging missteps.

25 MIN2013 JAN 31
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LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Performance Management: Let's Examine

LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Stop Worrying About Efficiency

Efficiency is a word you cannot ignore in the workplace - it's become THE emphasis in most business environments. What if that is causing more harm than good? Founder of VeraSage Institute, Ron Baker, contends that limiting the focus on efficiency will lead to greater success. Ron explains to Tim Muma that in an intellectual capital economy, efficiency's impact is dwarfed by the value of effectiveness. He gives us some insight into how the quest for efficiency fails us and how we can move away from the grip of efficiency's appeal. Nobody's Perfect looks at things a little backwards: What NOT to do. Mistakes are often the best teachers and errors in judgment cross all industries. Job seekers and executives alike commit a variety of blunders that you can learn from so you can avoid the common, damaging missteps.

27 MIN2013 JAN 11
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LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Stop Worrying About Efficiency

LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Trust Items for Leaders to Ponder

Trust in the workplace needs to flow both ways, so it's important for management and true leaders to examine their own thoughts and actions. A 20-year veteran in management, as well as a workplace consultant, Nan Russell discusses some areas related to trust that leaders should consider to help ensure growth and sustainability. Nan also explains to Tim Muma how building and working with trust is the ultimate key...and it all starts with management looking within. Nobody's Perfect looks at things a little backwards: What NOT to do. Mistakes are often the best teachers and errors in judgment cross all industries. Job seekers and executives alike commit a variety of blunders that you can learn from so you can avoid the common, damaging missteps.

25 MIN2012 DEC 17
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LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Trust Items for Leaders to Ponder

Latest Episodes

LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Managing and Responding to Poor Performance (Pt. 2)

Tim Muma continues his conversation with Steve Kessel, a training specialist for MRA, who expalins how an organization can handle poor performance, acknowledging that it goes a long way in determining the overall success of a company. Steve brings his experience to the show in giving employers and managers advice on how to prevent poor performance from occurring and effectively working toward a solution when it happens. Nobody's Perfect looks at things a little backwards: What NOT to do. Mistakes are often the best teachers and errors in judgment cross all industries. Job seekers and executives alike commit a variety of blunders that you can learn from so you can avoid the common, damaging missteps.

11 MIN2013 MAR 22
Comments
LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Managing and Responding to Poor Performance (Pt. 2)

LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Managing and Responding to Poor Performance (Pt. 1)

Not every employee is going to be a superstar, but how an organization handles poor performance goes a long way in determining the overall success of a company. Steve Kessel, a training specialist for MRA, explains to Tim Muma the many considerations that go into a company's strategy and execution when handling poor performers - whether it is skill-based concern or behavior-related issues. He also gives some advice on areas management can prevent problems and give plenty of help to those employees that are under-performing. Nobody's Perfect looks at things a little backwards: What NOT to do. Mistakes are often the best teachers and errors in judgment cross all industries. Job seekers and executives alike commit a variety of blunders that you can learn from so you can avoid the common, damaging missteps.

15 MIN2013 MAR 22
Comments
LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Managing and Responding to Poor Performance (Pt. 1)

LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Recruiting Trends for the Near Future

Employers seeking talented workers are in the midst of certain transitions, whether it comes to technology, the workforce itself or what is truly valuable to an organization. With that in mind, strategies and philosophies need adjustment when it comes to hiring in the near future (even now if they're bold). Lou Adler, Founder and CEO of The Adler Group, a training and consulting firm helping companies find and hire top talent, discusses with Tim Muma about the areas that are impacting the success of employers' hiring habits and the ways best to target talented individuals. Nobody's Perfect looks at things a little backwards: What NOT to do. Mistakes are often the best teachers and errors in judgment cross all industries. Job seekers and executives alike commit a variety of blunders that you can learn from so you can avoid the common, damaging missteps.

20 MIN2013 MAR 20
Comments
LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Recruiting Trends for the Near Future

LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - The Death of Motivation

There are plenty of articles and stories we see and hear about motivation or engagement lacking in many workplaces. While there definitely is an individual element to those situations, employers and managers also play a role in killing or reviving their employees' drive to succeed. Tim Muma speaks with Chris Mittelstaedt, Founder and CEO of The FruitGuys, who describes some areas where the death of motivation is brought on by the actions of those in charge. He also adds his suggestions for reversing those tactics and gives us a peek as to why his employees stay motivated and contribute to the success of his company. Nobody's Perfect looks at things a little backwards: What NOT to do. Mistakes are often the best teachers and errors in judgment cross all industries. Job seekers and executives alike commit a variety of blunders that you can learn from so you can avoid the common, damaging missteps.

21 MIN2013 FEB 20
Comments
LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - The Death of Motivation

LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Management Impedance

A majority of workers believe their boss or manager plays an integral role in their progression in the company; however, most believe that same person is doing little to help - even blocking them from advancement. All employees and employers need to watch out for these obstacles to prevent from standing in the way of success - individually and as a group. Tim Muma chats with Kim Ruyle, President of Inventive Talent Consulting, about the role of managers in the growth and advancement of employees, and the important areas included in the process. Nobody's Perfect looks at things a little backwards: What NOT to do. Mistakes are often the best teachers and errors in judgment cross all industries. Job seekers and executives alike commit a variety of blunders that you can learn from so you can avoid the common, damaging missteps.

26 MIN2013 FEB 7
Comments
LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Management Impedance

LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Human Age (Pt. 2)

We're continuing our discussion about "The Human Age," a term created by ManpowerGroup, a respected, innovative workforce solutions company, as we continue a transition period of work and employment. Tim Muma and Melanie Holmes, Vice President with ManpowerGroup, pick up the conversation by zeroing in on the mobilization of talent and some potential issues with employers catering to the ideas of "The Human Age." Nobody's Perfect looks at things a little backwards: What NOT to do. Mistakes are often the best teachers and errors in judgment cross all industries. Job seekers and executives alike commit a variety of blunders that you can learn from so you can avoid the common, damaging missteps.

12 MIN2013 FEB 6
Comments
LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Human Age (Pt. 2)

LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Human Age (Pt. 1)

It's evident that the workforce and the world of business in general is taking on major changes (and has been for a number of years) where most individuals and organizations are in some level of transition. ManpowerGroup, a respected, innovative workforce solutions company, has deemed this new era "The Human Age." Melanie Holmes, Vice President with ManpowerGroup, breaks down to Tim Muma what this "age" means for all of us and why we ended up here. She also elaborates on the details of how employers can tap into this new way of thinking, behaving and succeeding - particularly as it relates to talent. Nobody's Perfect looks at things a little backwards: What NOT to do. Mistakes are often the best teachers and errors in judgment cross all industries. Job seekers and executives alike commit a variety of blunders that you can learn from so you can avoid the common, damaging missteps.

21 MIN2013 FEB 6
Comments
LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Human Age (Pt. 1)

LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Performance Management: Let's Examine

An important part of any organization's sustained success is often reliant on the assessment of employees and their performance. Rose Mueller-Hanson, Director of Leadership and Organizational Consulting at PDRI, argues there are many issues with the traditional model of performance management as a formal task. Instead, Rose tells Tim Muma that there should be a continuous two-way flow of communication and assessment that lends for better awareness and improved performance. Nobody's Perfect looks at things a little backwards: What NOT to do. Mistakes are often the best teachers and errors in judgment cross all industries. Job seekers and executives alike commit a variety of blunders that you can learn from so you can avoid the common, damaging missteps.

25 MIN2013 JAN 31
Comments
LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Performance Management: Let's Examine

LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Stop Worrying About Efficiency

Efficiency is a word you cannot ignore in the workplace - it's become THE emphasis in most business environments. What if that is causing more harm than good? Founder of VeraSage Institute, Ron Baker, contends that limiting the focus on efficiency will lead to greater success. Ron explains to Tim Muma that in an intellectual capital economy, efficiency's impact is dwarfed by the value of effectiveness. He gives us some insight into how the quest for efficiency fails us and how we can move away from the grip of efficiency's appeal. Nobody's Perfect looks at things a little backwards: What NOT to do. Mistakes are often the best teachers and errors in judgment cross all industries. Job seekers and executives alike commit a variety of blunders that you can learn from so you can avoid the common, damaging missteps.

27 MIN2013 JAN 11
Comments
LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Stop Worrying About Efficiency

LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Trust Items for Leaders to Ponder

Trust in the workplace needs to flow both ways, so it's important for management and true leaders to examine their own thoughts and actions. A 20-year veteran in management, as well as a workplace consultant, Nan Russell discusses some areas related to trust that leaders should consider to help ensure growth and sustainability. Nan also explains to Tim Muma how building and working with trust is the ultimate key...and it all starts with management looking within. Nobody's Perfect looks at things a little backwards: What NOT to do. Mistakes are often the best teachers and errors in judgment cross all industries. Job seekers and executives alike commit a variety of blunders that you can learn from so you can avoid the common, damaging missteps.

25 MIN2012 DEC 17
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LJNRadio: Nobody's Perfect - Trust Items for Leaders to Ponder
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