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Q. I find that co-workers and even a few bosses are forming a negative
perception of my abilities, after a period when they seemed perfectly
happy with my contribution.
You’re the consummate pro, but you’re not a chest-thumping braggart. You figure you’ll let your stellar work product speak for itself and rocket you up the corporate ladder.
A range of new technological tools now helps managers accommodate disabled employees.
If you’re trying to establish an Internet domain name, check Netnames to determine whether the name you want is taken.
Q. How do I make my boss realize the volume of work he expects me to do? He knows I work 12 to 14 hours a day.
Are you chronically late? If you stop conversations in midsentence because you must dart away, or you frantically grab your briefcase as you scurry out the door rather than calmly come and go, then pause and regroup.
Even if your computer has a roomy hard disk, Web files can take up lots of space.
Senior executives at large companies often attend intensive advanced
management programs through local universities. Aside from the actual
knowledge that they pick up in these courses, the participants usually
find that the real value comes from getting to know other business
people in entirely different industries.
You know you’ve got a great team when employees act selflessly to make
others look good. If they spread credit around and coach each other to
improve, then it’s clear they measure their success as a
high-performing unit, not as lone wolves out to prove something.
But one obstructionist can ruin an otherwise great team. An individual
who prefers to withhold information, hinder investigations or sabotage
team projects can undermine any gains you’ve made in encouraging trust
Everyone knows that change is constant. That’s why I’m not a big fan of
discussing it endlessly in meetings, task forces and huddles in the