Roberta Chinsky Matuson
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Category Archives: Workplace

How to Grab Your Slice of the Millennial Talent Pie

Hiring, recruitment, talent, millennials, hire, talent management, employee retention

Also posted in Hiring and Recruitment, Retention, Talent Acquisition and Retention, Talent Maximization

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The Leaving Speech: How To Get Your Employees To Stay By Preparing Them To Leave

Employee retention, Talent Magnetism, Rob Nixon, Employee Engagement

Also posted in Creating Exceptional Work Places, Employee Engagement, Hiring and Recruitment, Leadership, Management, Thought Leadership

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Purposelful Hiring: How To Attract Millennials To Your Workplace

Hiring, Talent, Attracting Workers, Millennials, Talent Maximizer, Purpose

Also posted in Careers, Coaching, Creating Exceptional Work Places, Customer satisfaction, Employee Engagement, Hiring and Recruitment, Leadership, Management, Millennials, Talent Acquisition and Retention, Talent Maximization, Thought Leadership

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Vito Lopez Scandal Shows How Little Has Changed With Sexual Harassment At Work

I was going to write a post last week after The New York Times reported that New York Assemblyman Vito J. Lopez, the Brooklyn Democratic leader and longtime political power broker there, had been stripped of his committee chairmanship, barred from employing young people, and censured after an Assembly committee determined that he had sexually […]

Also posted in Leadership, Sexual Harassment

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This is How You Brew Passion

This past weekend my husband and I attended the American Craft Brewers Conference in sunny San Diego. I was honored to be selected as a speaker for this amazing event. And I do mean amazing. Over the past six months I interacted with a number of people at the Brewers Association and every person I […]

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Lousy Employers Attract Lousy Employees–Here’s Your Turnaround Plan

Everyone wants top talent, yet few are willing to do the work that is required to be deserving of these people. That’s great news for those who are serious about becoming the type of workplace where everyone wants to work. I had a meeting the other day with a prospect and we were discussing why […]

Also posted in Creating Exceptional Work Places, Employee Engagement, Employee Turnover

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Employee Retention During Economic Recovery

Dave Gardner, who is a colleague of mine,  recently posted this on his blog. With his permission, I’m sharing this with you as the advice is timely for those organizations interested in retaining their top people. Too many employees have become terribly frustrated in this current economy due to overwork, stress, lack of effective processes, […]

Also posted in Employee Engagement, Leadership, Retention
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Want to be a successful leader? Avoid these three pitfalls

Getting people to look up to you as a leader takes more than just a title. Here are three pitfalls to avoid as you work towards achieving your full potential as a leader. Failing to make the transition from individual contributor to leader-Great managers are known for their ability to inspire others into action. Yet […]

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Can You Help People Who Don’t Want to Be Helped?

Executive Coaching, productivity, profitability

Also posted in Creating Exceptional Work Places, General Observations, Productivity, Profitability, Small Business Management, Thought Leadership
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Is Management Overrated?

management, leadership, acting manager, suddenly in charge

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