In an era of Casual Fridays and work-from-home colleagues, how can you maintain effective office communication in a changing business climate?
We’ll steer you through changes in business etiquette, and help you successfully navigate through the new realities of workplace conflict and office politics.
Any Word feature that can save time and make you look good is worth tapping into, right? One such feature: Word’s built-in reviewing tools, which let you and others track all the changes you make as a document is written and edited. With the Track Changes tool turned on, you can track each insertion, deletion […]
Your boss, Craig, is an administrator who's responsible for several departments, including yours. You've worked together for some time, but now you're just about at the end of your rope. The problem? Craig's inconsistent moods ...
Reach your career goals faster by setting aside time each day
Set an example even while you’re on vacation.
Build good will with your people by engaging them in personal chats.
Sports legend Bobby Jones made up his mind in 1930 to do what no other person had ever done … or
has done since: Win all four major tournaments—the British Amateur, the
British Open, the U.S. Open and the U.S. Amateur—in the same year. Then, he figured, he’d quit, set up for life.
Keep your mind sharp by feeding it new “software” to run.
If it seems inconceivable to you that Lewis “Scooter” Libby ever could
have outed an American spy and then lied to cover it up, consider this: He’s merely the latest example of a high-level operative caught in the
ancient trap of considering himself among the best and the brightest, a
tribe whose members think they don’t have to play by the rules...
Two people on separate continents— one a Chinese doctor, the other a
Nigerian activist—have bucked tremendous pressure and scorn to lead
entire villages out of the despair and destruction of AIDS epidemics. Here are their stories:
Being a steelworker on a big construction job is literally living on
the edge, and that’s right where Ugo “Hokey” Del Costello likes to be. “If I [screw] up,” says the project boss for the massive new Woodrow
Wilson Bridge that will connect Maryland and Virginia across the
Potomac River, “I could kill somebody.” Despite the extreme nature of his job, Del Costello is a leader in familiar ways: