Owning Your Future: A New Career Path
This week's (10/25/10 to 10/31/10) Work Matters takes on the issue of owning your own career.
Are you looking for the perfect 9 to 5 job? Perhaps it doesn't exist or it's not in your future, what then? Have you ever considered that moving away from tradional employment might be the best way to tap into your natural talents and generate excitement about your work?
Today's guest is Paula Caligiuri, work psychologist, Professor in the Human Resource Management Department at Rutgers University, President of Caligiuri and Associates, and the author of Get a Life, Not a Job .
In this week's segment of Uncommon Sense, a regular segment that brings Nan and her colleague Beth Pelkofsky together, Nan and Beth discuss the topic of flirting at work. Plus discover what was in Nan's eBox this week.
Posted by Nan Russell at 08:54 AMOctober 18, 2010
The Self-Relationship & Work
This week's (10/18/10 to 10/24/10) Work Matters is all about the most important of relationships - the one you have with yourself. Are you stumbling through your life or living deliberately?
Today's guest is Lauren Mackler, author of Solemate: Master the Art of Aloneness & Transform Your life.
Uncommon Sense, a regular segment that brings Nan and her colleague Beth Pelkofsky together to field listener questions is part of the show. Plus discover what was in Nan's eBox this week.
Posted by Nan Russell at 01:56 PMOctober 11, 2010
A Choice of Attitude
This week's (10/11/10 to 10/17/10) Work Matters is all about attitude choices. Today's guest is Joel Zeff, author of Make the Right Choice: Creating a Positive, Innovative and Productive Work Life.
For many people right now the word work and fun aren’t in the same sentence. It’s more like work and stress. But we can create positive environments and Joel helps us figure out how.
The regular segment of Uncommon Sense when Nan and her colleague Beth Pelkofsky field listener questions is part of the show, along with eBox.
Posted by Nan Russell at 07:36 PMOctober 04, 2010
Emotional Commitment & Work
This week's (10/4/10 to 10/10/10) Work Matters talks about the importance of commitment in doing your job.
Are you a manager or do you know a manager? Do you know what it takes to inspire those around you? Are you aware of the difference between being committed to a job and having emotional commitment to a job?
This week's guest, Stan Slap, is the CEO of the international consulting firm Slap and the author of the bestselling book Bury My Heart in Conference Room B. In today's interview, he explains the importance of living your values as the means of attaining emotional commitment on the job. He then goes on to explain the benefits of managing with full emotional commitment.
Then, the show continues with the regular segment of Uncommon Sense when Nan and her colleague Beth Pelkofsky field listener questions.
Call Nan on her toll free number 866-944-8195 and tell her what's going on in your work world and why your work matters.
Posted by Nan Russell at 09:13 AM