Roger Ingbretsen Articles
Stay Employed In A Down Economy
Being good at your job just isn’t enough. You need to promote yourself with the right people. Yes, it’s both what you know and “who you know” whether you work in a small or large organization that will help you stay employed. You must network internally.
Whether you are a politician, CEO or occupy any position with the title of leader; how you respond and fix a crisis will define your leadership style and capability. If you are seeking to maintain the confidence and trust of your constituents, clients, employees or the general public, you must respond quickly and effectively to the crisis and maintain executive presence.
Strategic Alignment – The Missing Link In Most Organizations
Achieving strategic alignment is a major undertaking for any organization, but it is worth the effort. When there is unity and alignment, the energy of the entire organization is focused on those priorities that result in the realization of the vision and the successful execution of the business strategy.
Leadership Career Development
The secret to leadership success is in investing in Leadership Career Development. Most often leaders are made, not born. Leadership Career Development is not a one day event. Leaders are also not made overnight. It is a process which has many aspects and takes time to evolve.
Eleven Step Educators Guide for Preparing Students for Success In the Real World
Educators must go beyond catering to the top students who will most likely go to college and the bottom students who are a disruption to the majority. They can no longer ignore the vast majority (the middle 50% to 60%) of good, average, middle of the road students, who with the right personal qualities, mind-set and technical skill-set, can and must become vital contributors to the future workplace. The eleven step checklist in this article provides several ideas/concepts to improve/enhance the K-12 formal or home school education system.
Seven Skills You Need To Stay Employed Or Get A Job
Whether a college graduate or a non-degreed individual, the expectations placed upon the current workforce, and those who will enter the workplace, are indeed becoming very high. A list of the “basic skills” is provided which is important to employers today because they believe both current and future individuals who occupy positions at virtually any level within the workplace will need them to survive.
Parents… A 14 Step Guide For Preparing Your Children For The Real World
While parents cannot necessarily directly steer their children to the right career, they play a very important, if not “critical” role, in developing the personal qualities, attitude and mind-set, which will be of great importance no matter what career their children choose. This article provides 14 things you can do to better prepare your young student for the real world.
Education Is One Thing...Employment Is Another
Many would simply say more college education is the solution to good employment, but be skeptical of this approach. Training other than a bachelor’s degree often provides the best preparation for some high-paying or high-growth jobs.
Making a Career Decision – College or Technical Training – Prepared For Both!
The key for both the college-bound and those who wish to buy-pass college and go directly into the workforce, is to understand that virtually all satisfying and good-paying jobs require some type of career specific education and/or training.
Is America Preparing Its Future Workforce?
Despite the conventional wisdom that suggests the only path to employment success is a college degree, many people will, find living-wage jobs without ever stepping foot on a college campus. But are we preparing the majority of our students for the real-world of work?
About the Author: Roger Ingbretsen
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Roger has a Masters degree in Organizational Leadership, from Gonzaga University, a dual undergraduate degree in Economics & Business Administration, from Park University, an AA degree in Business, as well as 1,500 certified hours of training in technical disciplines. He’s had over forty articles, numerous white papers and two books and two eBooks published.
Roger is a member of the International Coaching Federation. Additionally, he has completed many professional training programs attaining numerous certifications, a few of which include: The Harvard Law School “win-win” negotiation process, the Center for Creative Leadership “360-Degree Feedback” evaluation process and “Coach the Coach” program, the Zenger Miller “Team Training Certification Seminar” and “Executive Coaching” practices from the Professional School of Psychology, California. He is also a qualified administrator of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator personality inventory.
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