By Brian Holt
Without a doubt the Thanksgiving holiday is my favorite time of year. Between the short workweek, good food, time spent with family and friends, and Christmas and New Year’s still to look forward to -- what's not to like about Thanksgiving?... http://www.randylane.net/blog/2012/11/21/be-thankful-to-be-in-radio/
When was the last time you were truly recognized by your GM, PD or co-hosts?
Unbelievably, a lot of GMs, PDs, and coworkers worry that the act of praising will lose meaning. Well, how often do you tell your partner you love them? What would happen if ins... http://www.randylane.net/blog/2012/3/28/using-the-rule-of-three-to-improve-morale-performance-and-profit/
If I have learned one thing it’s that there are lessons everywhere.Take a kindergarten Christmas concert for example. Have you been to one lately? The kids memorize their songs; they make their placards displaying greetings in other languages (Aloha... http://www.randylane.net/blog/2011/12/14/because-practice-doesnt-always-make-perfect/
Rob Basile read my article in Radio Ink and had some valuable thoughts of his own to add. Here is the article I wrote, with Rob's additions below:1. Set goals and celebrate victories: There are ways to measure growth other than ratings, so establish clear... http://www.randylane.net/blog/2011/11/30/five-ways-to-keep-good-talent/
Newsweek published Steve Jobs’ playbook for managing the creative process at Apple in the form of ten commandments.We’re always inspired by Steve Jobs’ thinking and innovation, and found these commandments relevant for radio (most of the... http://www.randylane.net/blog/2011/9/29/the-10-commandments-of-steve/