Author: ericbaker

Executive Coaching is Not Just for Executives

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When you hear “Executive Coaching,” do you imagine two senior leaders in high-backed leather chairs hashing out performance problems from inside a top-floor, corner office…

4 “Bad Manager” Habits that are Easily Fixed

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Bad Managers are great! Not for employees or the companies that employ them, but, for those of us tasked with creating web content, they are gold. Google the topic and see for yourself….

Introverts, Extroverts, and the Rest of Us

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“Are you an introvert or an extrovert?” That’s the teaser for so many online personality tests, and why not? People like to talk about themselves (especially in quiz form it seems)…

“Bad Manager” Greatest Hits

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The internet loves lists, and there’s no shortage of “bad manager” lists out there in cyberspace. From Seven Signs You Are a Bad Manager to Seven Signs You Have a Bad Manager…

(On)Boarding the Bullet Train to Job Success

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If you’re a business traveler in Japan, a tourist, or simply a railway aficionado, you may be excited about the recent debut of that country’s new high-speed bullet train, the Hokkaido Shinkansen…

Batman v Superman v Predictability

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Is it necessary to issue a spoiler alert before talking about a movie you haven’t actually seen yet? It’s not like everyone doesn’t already know what’s going to happen in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice…

Your Employees ARE the Organization

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If you work in human resources or talent acquisition, or are a consulting partner in that business space, it behooves you to keep track of trends and developments in all things staffing related….

Open Letter to Small Businesses and Start-Ups

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Nah, we aren’t starting this open-letter piece with, “Dear Businessperson.” In a post that’s about changing your approach to small business, it would be ironic if we dragged out a tired cliché to make our point…