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Dr. Ivor Livingston Interview – Apr 17,2014

A Summary of All Past Radio Shows

Hiding Behind Email – a Bad Idea

Why Managers Need to Shut Up and Listen

Dr. Ivor Livingston Interview – Apr 17,2014

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admin @ April 17, 2014

A Summary of All Past Radio Shows

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Cover of CaribHR.Radio Summary 20130-13Recently at CaribHR.Radio, we put together a summary of all past radio shows.

Up until the time the summary was published we had been on the air all of 64 times – featured over 70 guests from around the world.

To download your free copy, click here.

Francis @ April 10, 2014

Hiding Behind Email – a Bad Idea

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I heard a new term in my training recently – “swarming.” It’s when an employee is inundated by other people, all of whom have been asked by an email sender to help get a timely response.

It inspired an article focusing on email abuse which can be found here.

 

fwade @ April 9, 2014

Why Managers Need to Shut Up and Listen

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For this article in the Gleaner, for which I was also interviewed live on TVJ, I did a thought experiment – what would it be like if a company’s employees became millionaires? Is there company good enough to stay?

Here’s the 6 minute video interview I did last week on the morning show.

The original Gleaner article that came out on March 16th can be found here.

fwade @ April 7, 2014

Don McPherson on Employee Engagement – Apr 03,2014

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admin @ April 3, 2014

Aubyn Hill Interview – Mar 20,2014

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admin @ March 20, 2014

Bill Seidman – Using Expert Performance as a Guide – 三月 06,2014

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admin @ March 6, 2014

Customer Development – As Important to Product Development

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I’m reading a book that makes the case that startups need to develop customers at the same time they are developing new products. The two processes need to proceed in parallel, from the very beginning, in order to test the hypothesis that a real customer-need is being addressed.

 

It’s a great book and I summarized what I was learning in this article in the Gleaner – The Customer May Not Always be Right.

fwade @ March 3, 2014

Miguelle Christopher – Public Sector Transformation in Antigua – Feb 20,2014

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admin @ February 20, 2014

The Importance of a Distraction-Free Environment

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When I lead my NewHabits programs, one of the most important conversations surround the layout of office-space to reduce visual, audible and human distractions. It’s one that I tackled in my article in the Gleaner: Wide-Open Offices Bad for Productivity.

fwade @ February 18, 2014