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Love Them and Lead Them
(01/13/2014)
Do you feel loved at work? The Greek term for love that best fits the work environment is Philia. This type of love is motivated by practical reasons. In other words one or both parties benefit from the relationship. Ignorant or poorly trained supervisors and managers are oblivious of the necessity to love employees the proper way. Sadly, these same struggling individuals often behave in ways that are counter-productive to the love that is necessary to treat employees in the manner that will get the best performance. Well duh!

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Clueless Supervisors
(11/14/2013)
Attracting and retaining good employees is getting more difficult. In fact, in rural parts of the country, it is not uncommon for larger employers to have reached “talent saturation”. This condition happens when large employers have “hired and fired” or “hired and lost” potential employees in a given population. Once talent saturation occurs, the organization begins to lessen the qualifications for entry as well as increase the requirements for dismissal. And so begins the slippery slope towards the utilization of the “Mirror Test” for candidate selection. If they can pass a drug screen and fog up a mirror with their breath, welcome aboard.

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Blame My Helicopter Parents
(09/26/2013)
For too many Generation Yers, parents have micromanaged every part of their lives. Having Mom or Dad hover over them, then rush in and “save the day” every time a child encounter stress is probably normal in today’s culture. While in reality, “helicopter parenting,” can range from scheduling a play date for a four year old to writing college admissions essays in the hopes the child gets into the best college. According to wiki.answers.com, a helicopter parent is a term for a person who pays extremely close attention to his or her child or children, particularly at educational institutions. They rush to prevent any harm or failure from befalling them or letting them learn from their own mistakes, sometimes even contrary to the children's wishes. They are so named because, like a helicopter, they hover closely overhead, rarely out of reach whether their children need them or not.

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