Category Archives: Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Practical Principles For Employee Retention

And, if you wish to inspire employees then you really should read: How Not To Gain Good Employees and Not Motivate Them Advertisements

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Boss vs. Leader

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Workplace Relationships

What do you think about relationships at the workplace? Now, what was the first thought that came to your mind when you read that question? There are many types of relationships that occur in the workplace. I found a website … Continue reading

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School Class Work Hollywood Casino Toledo Responsible

School is in session. It is Back to School. For some, it is back to class. Even in Hollywood. Some people have class. Some people work. Some people go to a casino. Some casinos advocate responsible gaming. In regards to casinos, … Continue reading

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A Spark Of An Idea!

So, I saw something online that lit a spark within me. I mean what I read got me to thinking; and, it gave me a spark of an idea about a Spark. Ima notta versa , er, I mean I am not versed, in … Continue reading

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What are the odds? The ODS are in your favor. Thanks to ReoCities.

Hey! I hope you remember these two previous entries on Roland’s Ramblings (if not, click over to them now): OD, not ODD! – Posted on May 19, 2012 Roland Hansen, Organization Development Consultant – Posted on June 10, 2010 At … Continue reading

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Errors Made In Goal Setting

Some years ago, Robert Schaffer identified these “seven deadly sins” of goal-setting made by managers in giving assignments: Backing away from tough expectations: You spend more time negotiating the goal downward than in figuring out how to achieve it. Engaging … Continue reading

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