Career Management

Successful career development is more than doing a good job. Dressing for success, business writing skills, career networking – all are vitally important.

Business Management Daily’s succinct, workplace-tested career advice is designed to help you position yourself to succeed in your chosen field.

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Most people don’t even realize they are being a jerk, until someone points it out. If you exhibit these behaviors in the workplace, your co-workers just might think you are a Grade A jerk.
You just learned that you are going to receive a bonus for all your hard work, and you are giddy over the news. However, is there protocol or etiquette you should follow to show your appreciation?
How can you identify self-starters? Try these questions during interviews.
Ensure that your hard work isn’t going unnoticed by drafting a strong self-evaluation.
Don’t sit in silence when you have a fantastic idea or solution to a problem—and especially when you believe change is needed. Tackle your fear of speaking up.
You can’t do it all, and while it should be the exception and not the norm, sometimes you have to back out of a commitment. Here is how to do it without destroying your relationships.
Degrees and technical experience are often vital to your career, but you also will need “soft skills.”
Your star employee just learned that she won’t be getting a bonus this year, and she is furious. Here’s what to do and say to mitigate the damage.
Perseverance is important, but you also have to know when to step back and realize things aren’t working. James Clear writes on his blog about the three stages of failure and how to respond to it.
The first few minutes of a presentation are make it or break it. Ensure that you capture the crowd’s attention early with these tips.
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