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New manager training

Manager training

We have all been told to inspire, coach and motivate. But how does that translate to management behavior?

New manager training

Disclaimer: The following is not a preferred new manager training course. A new manager training would actually have a start and continue throughout the entire career. Even CEO’s receive management training.

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Corporate life is a game. How one man found his dream job and didn’t sell his soul to win it.

Dream Job

Are you willing to “do”

Find your dream job

Today’s post is a success story of a candidate going from frustration to dream job. I couldn’t be happier or prouder of this guy. He worked his ass off and he deserves every bit of his success. He went from a frustrated fishing guide to Exec Director in his field of study.  

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HRNasty’s business podcasts for the corporate lifestyle

business podcasts

Commutes are a great time to listen to business podcasts

Business Podcasts

I receive requests for a list of recommended business books on a regular basis. If my parents knew that folks were coming to ME for a reading list they would be rolling over in their graves. Growing up, they were big on the classics and I was more into Edgar Rice Burroughs and the Anarchists Cookbook.

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Lawless Forge, the Mother of all Corporate Team Building Events

Corporate Team Building

Corporate Team Building that REALLY is safe. Everyone holding red-hot metal ready to be made into a knife.

Disclaimer: 

This is not a paid or sponsored blog post. Max Levi/Lawless Forge did not pay or even ask me to write this post. I didn’t attend this event with the thought of writing a blog post.

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HWE, Hostile Work Environment

Hostile Work Environment

It’s not what we say, but how we say it that will avoid a Hostile Work Environment

Politics in the workplace, the new Hostile Work Environment

Today I am making some predictions as it relates to the Hostile Work Environment. If you have been pissed off about topics in the past, stop reading and check out one of my favorite podcasts “How I Built This”

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Control and manage your interview and the person conducting the interview

manage the job interview

Take control of your job interview and your career. Avoid a car crash / multiple car pile up

Manage your interview part 2

As a candidate, you need to manage your interview. Last weeks post was on the topic of overcoming a recruiter that didn’t make use of follow-up questions. Many candidates have a solid skill set that fits the job description.

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Overcome the inexperienced job interviewer

Job recruiter

Absolutely do NOT leave your career in the hands of someone else. Take control of your job interview

Job recruiter

If you have been interviewed by a job recruiter that didn’t know anything about your job or a hiring manager that was new to interviewing, this post is for you.

After reading this post,

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The REAL goal of the job interview, resume and networking. FYI, it’s not a job offer

job interview

Just like the job interview, the goal is to focus on each individual game and not be distracted by the final game

The goal of the job interview, resume, and networking

Believe it or not, the goal of a job resume and the job interview is not to land a job. For those of you wondering “WTF you talking about HRNasty?

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Job Interview Etiquette, the specifics on what is expected

job interview etiquette

Don’t stay seated when you shake hands. Stand up and show job interview etiquette

Job Interview etiquette during your first interview

Is there such a thing as job interview etiquette?  Yes, there is. Not just “Yes there is”.  “Hell Yes there is!” Our company recently opened 4 entry-level positions and I have been surprised by the lack of job interview etiquette.

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Exiting employee vs HR department

exiting employee

Treat exiting employees with respect. It is a reflection of the company as much as it is the HR person conducting the exit process

How HR should treat an exiting employee

Exiting employees and how companies treat them is a phenomenon we have all witnessed in the workplace. We have all seen the HR department turn teenager petty when an employee leaves a company for a new opportunity.

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