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Top Staffing Industry Conferences You Should Attend in 2017

Top Staffing Industry Conferences You Should Attend in 2017 Summary: Attend a conference either in the United States or the UK in 2017 for the staffing and recruitment industries to improve your skills. + read more

What One Thing Will Benefit Your Employee and Client Relationships the Most?

What One Thing Will Benefit Your Employee and Client Relationships the Most? Summary: Organizations that adopt a greater level of transparency to their management style will benefit through better employee and client relationships. + read more

Top 6 Things Good Leaders Know

Summary: There is a huge difference between bad and good leaders. Learn six approaches to becoming a good leader in this article. + read more

Impatience – An Error of Self-Management

Sometimes the behavior of other people can function as an antecedent to our own internal behaviors. When someone criticizes us, most of us experience a variety of negative internal behaviors. In short, it is important to observe all of your behaviors as well as those of others. Such a careful analysis helps point to the most effective intervention point. Record your observations. After you have collected several examples, it will be easier to see a pattern. + read more

Multidimensional Self-Management Program

Sometimes it is more efficient to alter or remove the antecedent that evokes a behavior. Thus, Ruth could have been more effective in reducing Betty's excuse-giving behavior by intervening at the antecedent point-the way in which Ruth herself gave directives. By making her own behavior the target of the change program, she modified Betty's excuse-giving behavior. Ruth focused her attention on the way in which she gave directives, which served as the antecedent of Betty's giving excuses. When she conducted a functional analysis, she had difficulty identifying the antecedents of her own behavior until she began observing her own thought processes and discovered that each incident of making a tentative directive was preceded by considerable physical tension and many negative thoughts. + read more

Self-Management: Understanding the Interrelationship between Behaviors

The more you understand the interrelationship between your behaviors and the behavior of subordinates, the more you can manage others by managing yourself. For example, if Jack is 20 minutes late, what should you do and say? If Jan produces a quality report, what should your response be? When you get down to basics, your primary and most powerful managing tool is your own behavior. + read more

You Know You’re a Recruiter for Life When…

You Know You’re a Recruiter for Life When… Summary: Here are 10 ways that you know you’re a recruiter for life. How many of these 10 do you do? + read more

How Do You Determine What is Appropriate Attire for an Interview?

When you bring a person into your office for the first interview, how should that person be dressed? How should you be dressed? Traditionally, formal wear was ideal, but as offices become more casual, should interview standards change with the times? How can you communicate the correct attire to an applicant? + read more

Choose Your Interview Questions Wisely to Select the Right Candidate

A rule of thumb that applies to all types of interview is that interviewers should speak no more than 20 per cent of the time, interviewees the rest. + read more

10 Ways to Reduce Commuting Stress

10 Ways to Reduce Commuting Stress Do you get out of your car with a queasy stomach, a headache and your blood pressure registering through the roof? If you do, that energy vulture called stress may have sent your pulse skyrocketing. In a study conducted at the University of California at Irvine, researchers found that the stress of commuting takes a major toll on health. According to the study, it has direct physiological effects of raising blood pressure and releasing stress hormones into the body. Not only that, long commutes (more than 18 miles one way) may also increase the likelihood of having a heart attack due to exposure to high levels of air pollutants, which appears to be a risk factor for heart disease. + read more

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