Alyne talks with leadership expert Ken Blanchard, co-author of the best-selling book The New One Minute Manager about ways to constructively get an employee on track again who is under-performing.

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Today’s good managers aren’t the top-down types, according to leadership expert Ken Blanchard. He’s the co-author of the best-selling book The New One Minute Manager. 

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Alyne talks with Ken Blanchard, co-author of the book The New One Minute Manager. It’s based on the principle that a good manager helps his employees do their best work by praising accomplishments and giving direct and helpful goal-setting feedback.

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Less than two percent of Americans wait until age 70 to claim their social security benefits. But almost 40 percent - regret that decision and wish they had waited. That’s according to a survey by the Nationwide Financial Retirement Institute. Of course, many people can’t afford to wait until age 70 when the monthly benefit is highest. Prime Time Focus host Alyne Ellis talked with experts about the issue.

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Know some of the early warning signs that might indicate you or your loved one has Alzheimer’s disease. Alyne has a brief list and some resources for caregivers and patients.

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Some caregiving facilities use music to help calm patients with memory loss when they feel anxious. Home caregivers can also use this idea. Alyne has the details.

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Some caregiving facilities use music to help calm patients with memory loss when they feel anxious. Home caregivers can also use this idea. Alyne has the details.

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Many people live for decades after they retire. Having a plan for activities can help you decide when to retire and what to do with your free time.

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Can’t find the car keys or remember someone’s name as soon as they introduce themselves? Try saying what you need to remember out loud. Alyne covers some memory tricks.

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Sometimes you can clean up and de-clutter but another family member just can’t get started. Alyne has some practical advice. Alyne talks with professional organizer Nicole Anzia about simple ways you can get someone who’s stuck with too much stuff to start sorting it out. 
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