Episode 58 – Rick Limpert – Sports Technology

Rick Limpert (@rickroswell on Twitter) host of “The Tech of Sports” and Yahoo! Sports writer talks cool sports technology with Craig. They get into sock that don’t sweat, golfing advancements and some of the latest apps for health and fitness. Craig gets winded just thinking about it!

Find more about Rick at RickLimpert.info and listen to “The Tech of Sports” at http://netcaststudio.com/tech-of-sports/

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Are You Risking It All On Risk?

“Risk” is the new “it” word [1] and while all businesses have risks and every person takes some sort of risk on a daily basis [2] the trend to justify risk taking may be going a bit too far.   We’ve seen risks cause major problems lately – JP Morgan anyone? – so why do …

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Episiode 57 – Cindy Maher – Multi-Generational Workforces

Cindy Maher joins the podcast to talk about something Craig finally has a clue about: Multi-Generational Workforces! From fresh-faced Millennials to never-retiring Baby Boomers, the two discuss how to get 4 generations in the same environment to work …

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Do You Need to Love What You Do For Work?

  One of the constant mantras I hear from professional speakers at many events is “ if you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life”. I’ve been given that very same advice. And when I hear this, it sets off the red flags. Should you pursue what you love or …

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Episode 56 – Alice Waagen – Delegation

Alice Waagen, PhD (@AliceWaagen on Twitter) talks to Craig about delegation. Not only do we learn about why we need to delegate and share work to build better teams but we learn Craig’s bronchial medication makes him forget big college type words. Serves him right for trying to sound smart! Alice will be at the IPMA-HR Eastern Region conference presenting on June 25th.
You can learn more about Alice at her company http://www.workforcelearning.com/

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Are You Willing To Be A Vulnerable Leader?

Recently, I wrote about Rock Star CEO’s and their effectiveness [1]. Here’s an article that points out that some of the less egocentric traits of a true leader are much more important. Traits like humility and accountability. Having the ability to admit when you were wrong and be open to other ideas. From Forbes: In an era …

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Episode 55 – Wally Hauck, PhD – Feedback

Wally Hauck (@wallyhauck on twitter) offers up some insight into feedback. Feedback can be a landmine for many, especially if you’re not comfortable giving it to others, so Wally and Craig talk about various types of feedback, the difference between feedback and criticism and some tools to give the right kind of feedback. Wally and Craig will both be presenting at this year’s IPMA-HR Eastern Region conference June 25th-27th.
For more information on Wally you can offer up feedback (and criticism!) at http://www.wallyhauck.com

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