Winter 2015 Managing Smart

Jan 12, 2015
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Four Ways to Lead Change
You can’t do what you need to do as a leader unless you can make change work—and you can’t do that without engaging people. Unfortunately, in most organizations, change is over-managed and under-led. Here are four ideas to help.

Workaholics: Job ‘Addicts’ Can Hurt Selves, Morale, Company
Managers can send mixed message by touting work/life balance but rewarding late hours.

Rehiring Your Own LeBron James
As the economy picks up, the national “quit rate”—the percentage of workers who voluntarily leave their jobs—has climbed to the highest since the Great Recession. That means more employees are willing to leave their current positions, and typically, the highly talented are the first to walk out the door. Could these employees possibly come back, and if so, would they be eligible for rehire?

Survey Compares Workplace Traits of Generations Y and Z
Move over Generation Y, Generation Z is set to take your place as the youngest generation in the workforce. And if one study is any indication, the latter have a stronger entrepreneurial spirit, are less motivated by money, are less entitled and will be better prepared for jobs than their Generation Y counterparts.

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