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Private Equity Demystified - 10 Ways it is Like Investing in a House

Posted on September 1, 2019 at 4:55 PM


Private equity firms seem to have received increased attention over the last several years. Globally, private equity firms made about 3,000 deals worth $582 billion in 2018 ... but are still sitting on a record high of $2 trillion of capital waiting to be invested, according to Bain & Company's Global Private Equity Report 2019. While the names of some of the largest private equity c...

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7 Things to Consider when Private Equity Is Interested in Your Business

Posted on August 16, 2019 at 1:55 PM


If you are a successful business owner, you may already have received a call from a private equity group interested in acquiring your business. Globally, private equity firms invested $582 billion in deals in 2018 ... but are still sitting on a record high of $2 trillion of capital waiting to be invested, according to Bain & Company's Global Private Equity Report 2019. Competi...

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5 Skills to Manage Your Workload and Work/Life Balance

Posted on July 16, 2019 at 1:50 PM



According to a recent survey by LinkedIN, the top two challenges for US employees are "finding a work-life balance" (38 percent) and "managing their workload" (31 percent). I too struggled with these issues in my career. Then I learned these five powerful tips to manage my workload and work/life balance from five very different places.


1 - Ask for Help

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7 Secrets to Success When Your Boss is an Ex-Consultant

Posted on June 16, 2019 at 1:35 PM


There were over 637,000 people in the United States employed in the management consulting industry in 2016, according to Statista.com. With annual staff turnover rates of an estimated 15-20 percent, that means tens of thousands of former consultants are released into the wild each year to take 'real' jobs at organizations outside of consulting. Many of those ex-consultants transition to ...

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5 Conversations You Need to Have with Your Manager

Posted on May 16, 2019 at 1:30 PM



You see the "check-in" meeting with your boss looming on your calendar and you feel a familiar dread. Every once in a while, these meetings are useful, but more often, they just generate a lot of questions that mean more work for you. Sometimes, they are just a waste of time, politely wandering around random topics without covering any useful substance at all.


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5 Ways to Manage an Ineffective Boss

Posted on April 16, 2019 at 1:10 PM


If you work long enough, you will have one - a boss who just isn't getting their job done. Maybe they are overwhelmed or out of their league. Perhaps they got promoted too fast or missed manager training. Maybe they are just checked-out or lazy. Whatever the reason, the impact on you is the same - they are not providing you the coaching and support you need to be the best at your job. He...

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7 Strategies to Manage a Micro-Manager

Posted on March 5, 2019 at 3:55 AM

 


If you work long enough, you will have a micro-managing boss. They think they know your job better than you do. Maybe they had your job before they got promoted to management. They focus on how you do your job instead of on the results you produce. They think that because you are doing your job differently than they would, you must be doing it incorrectly. Micro-management is a big dr...

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7 Deadly Sins of New Managers

Posted on February 5, 2019 at 3:45 AM


Congratulations! You made it to the manager ranks at work. Your hard work and success as an individual contributor finally paid off. Along with a bigger paycheck, you now have your first responsibility to lead people. To make the most of your new opportunity, it is important to avoid the mistakes that first time managers often make. Here are the 7 biggest mistakes to avo...

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5 Skills You Need to Make it to Partner

Posted on January 29, 2019 at 5:40 PM


Reaching the partner level is a career goal for many a new lawyer, consultant or other professional. It often requires several years of getting promoted through the ranks, from an individual contributor to a manager. Many a successful manager has failed to make the leap to the partner level, however. The skills required to become a good manager are required to become a partner - but they...

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5 Biggest Challenges for Chief Learning Officers (CLOs) in 2019

Posted on December 20, 2018 at 10:35 AM


The title of "Chief Learning Officer" reportedly entered the mainstream in the mid-1990s when Jack Welch, the legendary CEO of General Electric, created the role at GE. Since then, the CLO role has become widespread, particularly in the professional services, health care, government, and financial services sectors, according to a 2015 survey. The challenges for CLOs have evolved along with the...

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