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January 2016

What Kind of Manager Are You?

By | January 21st, 2016|Career Advice, Leadership, Management|

What kind of manager are you? Or, better question, what kind of manager do you want to be? A manager is just a role, a title. Who are you BEING as a manager, as an employee, is so much more important than anything else. […]

The 5 Traits of Powerful Meetings

By | January 9th, 2016|Leadership, Management|

Tired of terrible meetings? Meetings where you just want to DIE? Me too. Meeting should have major impact, change lives, not put people to sleep. I’m going to share with you the 5 traits of powerful meetings so that, perhaps one day, the mindless time-wasting corporate meeting will be a thing of the past. […]

2 Hours Until Marriage – The One-Sided Job Interview Process

By | January 5th, 2016|Career Advice, Interviews, Management|

I have a problem with the way most companies interview and hire. It all happens too fast. After only a few hours you could be married with children (so to speak). And if, after the brief honeymoon period, you decide this job/marriage isn’t for you, suddenly you’re the one demonized for being an unreliable asset. Companies have too much power in the hiring process, it’s time you start taking back some of that power! […]

December 2015

Lessons in Leadership – Santa Claus & Elf on the Shelf

By | December 24th, 2015|Leadership, Management|

It’s Christmas time and children everywhere are making sure they’ve been good for Santa! Along with Santa there’s now Elf on the Shelf to make sure kids behave. Even Krampus (Santa’s evil twin from Austria) is getting in on the mix. There is so much we can learn from Santa, and most of it bad. Get prepared to see why Santa should be the one receiving coal this year… […]

Company Perks: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

By | December 22nd, 2015|Career Advice, Management|

In this day and age company perks are all the rage. With Google, Facebook, and Netflix leading the charge. Every company needs its own ping-pong table and personal chef before they’re considered real anymore. But, are all perks good for you? Are all perks the same? What do company perks say about a company? And are they hiding something? The answers will no doubt surprise you. Read on to discover how you can empower yourself amongst an endless buffet of company perks. […]

October 2015

Support: The Secret to Creating A Successful Employee

By | October 30th, 2015|Career Advice, Leadership, Management|

THE most important part of creating a successful team & company is support. If you think you understand what that means, chances are you don’t. You may think you do, but anyone can put on a smile and say “Good job!” True support changes lives. Read on if you want to know my secret to supporting success and changing lives… […]

Your Guide to Unlimited Vacation Policies

By | October 21st, 2015|Leadership, Management|

The adoption of unlimited vacation policies is on the rise, which sounds like good thing! Unfortunately, no one understands the reasoning and psychology behind them to the detriment of all. This article will focus on why unlimited vacation policies are superior, where almost every company fails at them, and how companies can remedy their policies in the future to create a more empowered, creative, and energetic workforce. Who doesn’t want that?! […]

September 2015

The Volkswagen Scandal – How to Avoid the Darkside

By | September 29th, 2015|Leadership, Management|

Volkswagen is in a lot of hot water – their emissions scandal has rocked the auto industry. Many are calling it the next Enron. Everything was going so right for them. How could this happen?!? Could your company be next? It probably is. I’ll teach you how to spot the warning signs and right the ship before it’s too late… […]

The Secret To Hiring The Right Person

By | September 9th, 2015|Interviews, Management|

I have written at length against conducting technical interviews. Not only are they pointless, they also promote discrimination and exclusion. “But how,” you ask, “should I be evaluating potential candidates?” I’ll give you a hint, it doesn’t have a damned thing to do with what programming language or piece of software the candidate is proficient in. What you should be hiring for is potential and character, but what does that even look like? And why is that important? […]

July 2014

Open Office Spaces – Don’t Fucking Do Them

By | July 24th, 2014|Career Advice, Management|

If you think open office spaces are a good idea, I will tell you right out you should be fired. I don’t care who you are, manager, CEO, or a low level intern who thinks it’s cute you’re able to talk to another co-worker without walls. Here’s a big reality check: every time you think you’re being extra productive by shouting at another co-worker across the room you just cost your entire office in lost productivity. Every. Single. Time. So just shut up, get an office, and quit making the rest of us suffer. Disagree? Read on. If you’re not convinced by the end of this article that open office spaces are a bad idea you are officially an asshole. […]