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Tips for putting your best foot forward to get ahead
If you have employees with chronic attendance problems, you can’t rely on company policy to make things easier. Even if you follow the rules and mete out punishment fairly, it’ll still drain your energy and divert you from more important matters.
Q. What’s the best way to handle criticism in performance reviews?
You think you’re doing a bang-up job. But does your boss agree?
When you claw your way ahead, you’ve got to act like you’re above it
all. You can’t let on that you care what your co-workers say about you
or do to you. Radiate a low-key intensity so that people underestimate
you rather than root for you to fall on your face.
In job interviews, you can look candidates in the eye and weigh whether
they’d fit at your firm. But that’s hardly a foolproof way to measure