Successful career development is more than doing a good job. Dressing for success, business writing skills, career networking – all are vitally important.
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A recent survey by OfficeTeam reveals that one in five employees knows someone who has lied on his or her résumé. Here's the type of information employees are most often misrepresenting or exaggerating about:
A few bits of career counsel from Lilit Marcus’ Save the Assistants: A guide to surviving and thriving in the workplace: Know the difference between a job and a career. Do your job, and do it really, really well. Pay your dues intelligently. Learn everybody’s name and develop the right allies.
Daredevil Evel Knievel badly needed a comeback when he arrived in London in 1975 for yet another crazy motorcycle stunt. This time, he needed to jump over 13 buses. Knievel crashed. It was bad. Of course, he recanted his plans for retirement ...
Is it a problem when your boss takes credit for your ideas? Peter Handal, CEO of Dale Carnegie Training, says “no.” Making your boss look smart to higher-ups, says Handal, and having your boss depend on you for good suggestions—“is certainly not going to do you any harm.”