Skills Every HR Manager Needs

Evil HR Lady

Well, that’s nice, but not what you need to be a successful HR manager. Over at The Balance I share 10 skills that you really do need to be a successful HR manager. To read, click here: 10 Skills Every HR Manager Needs to Succeed. The post Skills Every HR Manager Needs appeared first on Evil HR Lady. Do you like people? Do you like knowing confidential information?

2017 68

The 9 Worst Ways to Manage People

Evil HR Lady

If you’ve ever had a bad boss (and we’ve all had a bad boss at some time or another—ask me about my manager who used to corner me and try to argue scriptures with me), you’ve seen some awful management. But, do their actions qualify as the worst way to manage people?

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9 Tips for Managing a Heavy Workload

Position Ignition

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2016 76

5 Project Management Skills to Help You Succeed

Ms. Career Girl

The post 5 Project Management Skills to Help You Succeed appeared first on Ms. Project management is vital for business leaders in any industry, but guiding a project from conception to execution isn’t always straightforward. That’s where strong project management skills come in.

2017 68

7 Ways To Actively Manage Your Career

Career Realism

7 Ways To Actively Manage Your Career. So, you ask your manager. And your manager stares at you blankly and points you to your projects. Manage Up! You’re not managing your career. You’re talking to your manager, but you aren’t actively managing your career.

2016 61

Online Reputation Management FAQs for Executive Job Search

Executive Career Brand

Some of them understand that, when recruiters and hiring managers source and assess talent, they’re more apt to reach out to candidates that have strong online presence. And they need help navigating their online reputation management.

Managing Digital Dirt Online

Career Realism

Managing Digital Dirt Online. Is there a way of managing digital dirt online? However, hiring managers searching your background don’t necessarily need to see your personal wish list on Amazon or the pictures you posted out on Classmates.com after your high school reunion.

2016 48

Stress Management Resources

Position Ignition

If you are finding it hard to handle stress at work, here are some resources that we hope will help: Stress ManagementHere at Position Ignition we often deal with issues of stress, anxiety and sometimes burn-out from work and a demanding career. It is possible however to find a fulfilling and purposeful career which lets you remain in control of your world and which enables you to find a healthy balance between your professional and personal lives.

2015 47

Managing Like Willy Wonka

Evil HR Lady

So, just what would happen if you managed like Willy Wonka? Click here to read: What if You Managed Like Willy Wonka Gene Wilder died yesteday, and as the world mourns his passing, I’m reminded of his famous role in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

2016 46

9 Ways to Managing Your Career Successfully

Position Ignition

There is no such thing as a job for life any more and it is no longer safe to think that any one job is secure. At the same time, in today’s working world there are so many more opportunities and options available to us than ever before.

2016 87

Change Management: Critical Skill for Leaders

Catherines Career Corner

There is nothing more difficult to take in hand, more perilous to conduct, or more uncertain in its success, than to take the lead in the introduction of a new order of things. Niccolo Machiavelli By Catherine Adenle In the workplace, [.] Related posts: You Are the Pilot of Your Career Plane. 12 Reasons Why Employees Resist Change in the Workplace. The 5 Unhappy People You Must Convince to Change. Get the Job, Keep the Job and Lead! Career Change: How Do You Know When it’s Time?

What Makes a Good Manager?

Position Ignition

There are many things that make up a good manager. These can include being able to handle difficult employees, managing teams and individuals and understanding working relationship dynamics. Essentially we believe that the key to being a good manager is to focus on your team and each member’s particular needs. Leadership & Management

2015 53

12 Tested Ways to Manage Your Peers

Catherines Career Corner

The responsibility of managing former peers is one of the most difficult encounters in any leader’s career. All of a sudden, you have been promoted at work, now you have to manage your peers. The post 12 Tested Ways to Manage Your Peers appeared first on Catherine's Career Corner.

2014 44

10 Emails Smart Managers Never Send

Evil HR Lady

To keep reading, click here: 10 Emails Smart Managers Never Send I love email. It’s my preferred method of communication for many things-it builds a record, it documents the entire conversation, and it doesn’t require interruptions.

2015 98

What is Change Management?

Catherines Career Corner

“What is change management?” While many of us understand change, it’s hard conveying its management to people. The post What is Change Management? Related posts: Change Management: Critical Skill for Leaders. Manage Change Successfully: Know How.

Career Management for a Winning Job Search Strategy

Competitive Resumes

An opportunity to tap into of former hiring manager is a terrible thing to waste. That is why this conversation is a MUST listen to for your career management goals. Here is a summary of our discussion: What connects the job seeker and hiring manager is “value.”

2015 94

Managing Your Manager

Blogging4jobs

Last week I wrote about how HR can have a good relationship with managers , which got me thinking about the employee/manager relationship. There are numerous challenges that come with managing a team of people, and we often have high expectations of our boss.

10 Mistakes New Managers Make

Career Realism

Related: Managers: Get Things Done More Efficiently. The new managers exemplified some of the common mistakes of new managers. New managers frequently believe that they need to change everything. a new manager hired from outside). Career Advice Management

2014 61

How to Manage the Office Football Pool

Evil HR Lady

Here are some tips: To keep reading, click here: How to Manage the Office Football Pool Football season has begun, and along with it football pools, fantasy football leagues and heated discussions about last night’s game. It can seem like a huge drain on performance and might all that betting be illegal? Maybe you should put a stop to the whole thing right away. Or maybe not.

2015 94

5 Management Lessons From Professor Snape

Evil HR Lady

We learn a lot from Snape — rather, “Professor Snape,” as Professor Dumbledore would insist— and some of these can even apply to management. In honor of Alan Rickman, think about these five lessons to make yourself a better manager. I was so sad to hear about Alan Rickman ‘s passing.

2016 84

How To Manage Millennials (When YOU’RE A Millennial)

Career Realism

How To Manage Millennials (When YOU’RE A Millennial). As a result, more and more millennials are being pushed into managerial positions without fully knowing how to manage co-workers their own age. How To Manage Millennials (When YOU’RE A Millennial).

2017 32

I Need Better Managers

Jobacle

When it comes time to hire a manager for your small business, you may be faced with a dilemma. How do you cultivate a great manager to oversee your business? As such, you can interview highly-skilled managers. Better Managers Career Advice recruiting work

If Job Applicants Treated Hiring Managers the Same Way Managers Treat Them

Evil HR Lady

Dear Hiring Manager, Thank you so much for your interest in me for the position of Senior Technical Analyst for your company. The post If Job Applicants Treated Hiring Managers the Same Way Managers Treat Them appeared first on Evil HR Lady I’m currently on vacation, so I’m posting this oldie but goodie. What would happen if job candidates treated you the way you treat them? You might be receiving letters such as this one?

2017 69

6 Stress Management Tips

Position Ignition

Here are some tips taken from our Managing Stress at Work eBook, to help you through stressful times: 1) Prioritise your activities and tasks. This will also help you to break down your tasks in to more manageable bits of activity. Stress Management

2016 35

How to Manage a Bad Manager

The Undercover Recruiter

The saying goes that people leave managers, not jobs. When you have a bad manager it can make every second at work a nightmare. Whether your manager is ineffectual, unfriendly or just plain incompetent, we have. How to Manage a Bad Manager.

2016 35

I Hate My Colleague! How to Manage Difficult Coworkers

Ms. Career Girl

How to Manage Difficult Coworkers appeared first on Ms. Featured News Work difficult coworkers How to Manage Difficult CoworkersLinda and her colleague Joseph always disagree. What Joseph thinks is possible, Linda blocks.

2017 39

Managing isn’t all about hitting targets

Evil HR Lady

The most important thing a manager does is make sure the work is getting done on time and on budget. Of course, these two things are critical for success, but managing the people is also very important for a successful department. To read about it, click here: Managing results is just half the leader’s job. The post Managing isn’t all about hitting targets appeared first on Evil HR Lady

2016 57

Were You Made To Become A Manager?

Career Realism

The next step is a management job. Before you post or apply for a management job, you need to think about if a management job is right for you. That fact that you’re a great salesperson, engineer, or financial analyst doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ll be a great manager.

2014 60

8 Questions a Hiring Manager Should Never Ask

Evil HR Lady

In theory, recruiters should be (although, I’ve heard some horror stories about “professional” recruiters as well ), but most hiring managers hire maybe one person per year. As a result, most hiring managers never become experts in hiring.

2016 88

How to Manage Career Disappointment

The Undercover Recruiter

How to Manage Career Disappointment. Career Management Life Skills Career Career Advice career management

2016 49

Career Management: Are YOU Lazy?

Career Realism

Career Management: Are YOU Lazy? Related: 6 Career Management Hacks That Will Get You Ahead. Career Management Help. Try some career management. The post Career Management: Are YOU Lazy? Work It Daily. Warning! I’m about to speak in code.

The Key to Managing People You Don’t Like

Evil HR Lady

To keep reading, click here: The Key to Managing People You Don’t Like. The post The Key to Managing People You Don’t Like appeared first on Evil HR Lady. When you get promoted to a managerial position, you don’t automatically gain managerial skills that allow you to easily treat people fairly. You’re still the same person you were the day before, and let’s face that—that probably means you don’t like everyone equally.

2017 57

The Secret To Being A Great Manager

Career Realism

Related: 6 Important Traits Every Effective Manager Needs To Have. It’s similar when you get promoted to being a manager. This is how managers make things happen, right? As management guru Peter Drucker said, “Rank does not confer privilege or power.

2014 61

An HR Manager Reveals: Why I Threw Out Your Résumé

Evil HR Lady

To keep reading, click here: An HR Manager Reveals: Why I Threw Out Your Résumé So often it seems like when you submit a résumé to a company, either via email or an online application, it’s like sending it into a black hole.

2016 99

5 Tools for Managing Your Company’s Social Media Profiles

Ms. Career Girl

The post 5 Tools for Managing Your Company’s Social Media Profiles appeared first on Ms. Looking for the top 5 tools for managing your company’s social media profiles? Using these tools will go a long way in streamlining your social media management tasks thereby empowering your company’s overall online success. Managing Social Media Profiles – The Quick List. Managing Social Media Profiles – Our Detailed Overview.

9 Ways to Manage Multiple Career Interests

Position Ignition

We’ve all come across somebody who’s running something interesting alongside their main job. It goes without saying that it needs to be completely legal and above board but it can be huge fun and energising for the person who’s doing it.

2015 78

New Managers: The Truth About Getting Respect

Career Realism

The following is an excerpt with minor edits from Awesome Supervisory Skills: Seven Lessons for Young, First-Time Managers by Tamara Murray. Related: How To Manage Without Being Mean (Is It Possible To Not Be Pushy?). I managed to talk through the sobs.

2014 60

25 Sayings of a Bad Manager

Catherines Career Corner

These are 25 sayings of a bad manager in the workplace. Explore these 25 sayings of a bad manager in order to be aware. The post 25 Sayings of a Bad Manager appeared first on Catherine's Career Corner. Are You the Nightmare Manager?

2014 37

How to Become a Manager Employees Want to Follow

Evil HR Lady

Becoming a manager that your employees respect and willingly follow is a bit more difficult. For some people, these things come naturally, but for most of us, you have to consciously set out to become a great manager. To keep reading, click here: How to Become a Manager Employees Want to Follow Anyone can become a boss – all that takes is hiring someone. If you want to be a leader and not just a boss, you can learn how to do it.

2015 96

Managing Seasonal Overtime: Rallying Your Staff for the Busy Season

Evil HR Lady

Those challenges can include time management, filling shifts and compensating employees. To keep reading, click here: Managing Seasonal Overtime: Rallying Your Staff for the Busy Season. The post Managing Seasonal Overtime: Rallying Your Staff for the Busy Season appeared first on Evil HR Lady Organizations that have busy seasons can have significant seasonal overtime challenges.