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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“Sweatworking” is the newest way to connect with professional contacts ... You’ll soon be able to control your entire house with Siri voice commands ... Watch what you write in your work emails; they can be used against you.
The biggest difference between the admin support pro of yesteryear and the one that excels today boils down to the ability to not just respond to the boss, but think like the boss.
We reached out to some career experts to find out more about performance improvement plans and what it means when you’re put on one.
Office Dynamics founder and President Joan Burge has been coaching administrative assistants for more than 25 years. Over time, she realized she was teaching the same things over and over, which gave her the idea to develop an operational guide to help executives and their assistants work together more effectively. This year, she partnered with career coach, writer and speaker Chrissy Scivicque to write Executives and Assistants, Working in Partnership: The Definitive Guide to Success.
Starting a new job can be overwhelming, but bonding with your new officemates can make the transition a lot easier, writes consultant April Starcadder. Sometimes, though, co-worker bonding doesn’t start out so well, and it can seem like you’re invisible to everyone around you. If that sounds familiar, consider these reasons you might be feeling like you don’t fit in, along with some solutions to help.
When All-Star centerfielder Bernie Williams retired from the Yankees, that didn't mean he was slowing down.
Even the smartest, most successful people slip into bad habits that decrease their morale, kill their motivation and drain their energy. Keep your spirits—and productivity—high by avoiding these actions.
A study published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology found people with higher levels of cynicism earn less money than those with positive attitudes. How do you reduce your own cynicism?
Perhaps unsurprisingly, a Pew Research Center survey found that the career-oriented social media platform skews older than such rivals as Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter. But age isn’t all that marks LinkedIn as a different kind of online territory.
You can bet your customers, coworkers, recruiters and other contacts are checking out your LinkedIn profile. If you are making these mistakes, you could be giving them the wrong impression about your professionalism and skills.