Roberta Chinsky Matuson
Creating Exceptional Workplaces and Extraordinary Results
Roberta Matuson's Blog

Author Archives: Roberta Matuson

For more than 25 years, Roberta Matuson, president of Human Resource Solutions, has helped leaders in Fortune 500 companies and small to medium-size businesses create exceptional workplaces leading to extraordinary results. As a seasoned consultant, Roberta is considered a leading authority on leadership and the skills and strategies required to earn employee commitment and client loyalty. She is the author of the highly acclaimed book, Suddenly in Charge: Managing Up, Managing Down, Succeeding All Around and is a highly sought after speaker, consultant and executive coach.

Looking Back Can Prevent You From Moving Forward

This morning, I received a memory from Facebook, reminding me that I was on a plane with my family flying to Portugal a year ago today. That memory reminded me of what is no longer to be for the foreseeable future. The more I thought about what I had lost this year, the more depressed […]

Posted in Career
Tagged
Leave a comment

How to Do Well in Life and on the Golf Course

I was speaking this morning with someone who was referred to me for coaching. She’s a bright woman who is trying to figure out her next move. She used the analogy of swinging at golf balls on the course of a country club, will little regard as to where you really want these balls to […]

Posted in Creating Exceptional Work Places
Tagged , ,
Leave a comment

The Consequences of Unintended Consequences

leadership, management, coaching, executive coaching

Posted in Creating Exceptional Work Places
Tagged , , ,
Leave a comment

Talent Waits for No One

Hiring, Recruiting, Talent Management, Talent Strategy, Leadership

Posted in Creating Exceptional Work Places
Tagged , , , ,
Leave a comment

The Best Time to Hire a Coach

coach, executive coaching, leadership, career success, career coaching

Posted in Coaching

Leave a comment

When in Doubt Choose Happiness

I went out to lunch yesterday with my daughter and had the most delicious burger I’ve ever had. Not sure if it was the actual burger that was great or that this was our first time dining out in almost three months. In my wildest dreams, I never thought I’d be so thrilled to be […]

Posted in Coaching
Tagged , ,
Leave a comment

Budding Talent: Why Now’s the Time to Promote Your Best Workers

This past weekend, I had a delicious bowl of New England clam chowder at a friend’s house, where we sat on the patio, six feet apart. In year’s past, I wouldn’t have given a moment like this a second thought. However, this year is anything but ordinary. For the first time in months, I felt […]

Posted in Leadership, Management

Leave a comment

Achieve Fantastic Financial Performance Through Better Hiring Practices

Four simple tips to accelerate business growth and profitability.

Posted in Hiring and Recruitment
Tagged , , , , ,
Leave a comment

How Executives (Or Anyone Else) Can Bounce Back After Being Let Go

#fired, #laidoff #furlough #jobsearch #coaching #jobsearchcoaching #careersuccess

Posted in Coaching, Job Searching, Layoffs
Tagged , , , ,
Leave a comment

Dealing With Difficult Employees: Can’t We Just Put Them in Time Out?

virtual leadership, leadership, management, Suddenly in Charge, difficult conversations, difficult employees, new leaders

Posted in Coaching
Tagged , , , ,
Leave a comment