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Archive for January, 2010

All Work and No Play Doesn’t Pay

By Gerald Daniels We’ve been talking about it, we’ve been planning it, we’ve been saving all year — Disney World here we come. I’ll have to admit Disney World was not my first choice for some rest and relaxation, but then again if it was left up to me I would work right through another year without ever missing a beat. Does a life of toil really require or entitle us to the much anticipated vacations that many a hard working American is looking forward to? The answer is a resounding yes. The majority of American companies offer a paid… Read More

January 27th, 2010 at 10:12pm

Improve Lives and You’ll Improve Your Bottom Line

By Sondra Whitt One of my assignments while working on my masters degree in industrial/organizational psychology was to do an employee survey in a manufacturing company in order to develop employee evaluations. I quickly found out that one of the biggest problems in the company was that the employees didn’t feel valued. They felt that management didn’t listen to them or care about them. They didn’t feel like they received credit for their innovative ideas that saved the company a lot of money and time. Many were sullen, bitter, negative and unmotivated. I found this to be the case with… Read More

January 20th, 2010 at 8:45pm

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You Have to Know When to Walk Away

By Kay Caldwell A leader, by definition, is someone who can pursue, conduct, escort or direct, encourage and above all influence. I have never read a job description that says a leader should reject, degrade, ignore, discourage, disrespect or break the spirit of an individual. Yet, sadly, I hear of the latter description more often than not. I have been working with a friend that has been suffering with a “boss” who ignores her. She hears from her only if she doesn’t like something. She and I have been discussing her situation for more than a year. I thought about… Read More

January 13th, 2010 at 8:40am

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Oz, Plumbing and How to Succeed in Business

By Jim Whitt As a country boy I grew up having to figure out how to fix things with limited resources — like intelligence and money. I hate to admit this but I have become so suburbanized over the years that I sometimes struggle with what I used to consider fairly routine repairs. Awhile back I was working on a leaky connection from the well pump to the water line at our place in the country. What made the job difficult was trying to pry the menagerie of rusted pipe fittings apart that Dad had used to cobble everything together… Read More

January 6th, 2010 at 5:14pm


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