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For four years, Leadership Development President Dan Bobinski hosted a daily radio feature entitled Answers for the Workplace. In January of 2004, to focus on other projects, Dan stopped hosting the radio feature, but Answers for the Workplace still remains as a free workplace issues E-memo sent out weekly. 

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An archive of over 450 past radio feature transcripts and E-memo workplace topics appears below use the search feature to find a topic of interest to you. Click here for other helpful workplace links Dan has identified.

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The Shrinking Pool of Leaders

An Anti-Spam Email Program 

A Bonus for Being Thinner?

When Someone Goofs Up 

Can't Have Your Cake and Eat It, Too

Preparing for the Holidays

Changing the Traditional 

Serving on a Volunteer Board 

Looking for the Hiring Boom

Union, or No Union? 

Praise in Public, Reprimand in Private 

The Down and Dirty Dozen: How to Increase Sales Team Effectiveness, Part IV

The Down and Dirty Dozen: How to Increase Sales Team Effectiveness, Part III

The Down and Dirty Dozen: How to Increase Sales Team Effectiveness, Part II

The Down and Dirty Dozen: How to Increase Sales Team Effectiveness, Part I

Twisted Words = Twisted Relationships 

Finding Good Job Candidates 

Sometimes Education is Not Business Friendly 

Reducing Commuting Stress 

Brand 'You'

Working for an Entrepreneur, Part II

Working for an Entrepreneur, Part I 

Meet, Greet, Grip, and Grin 

Are We Too Busy?

Be Careful What You Post Online 


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