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.
Keep up with important business and world events while at work.
If leaders are measured by what they accomplish, here’s what kind of leader Jody Williams is:
Joe Horn, who co-founded Horn & Hardart automats in New York and
Philadelphia, followed a simple philosophy that kept his restaurants
full during the bleak Depression years: “Give people the highest
possible quality at the lowest possible price.”
Many leaders are so busy with daily tasks that they fail to keep
abreast of industry events and trends. Use these three tactics to keep
that from happening to you:
For a while there, after Andy Roddick had taken the second set from
Roger Federer in this year’s U.S. Open, it looked as though he might
just prevail against the world’s most dominant athlete this side of
Tiger Woods. Now, the men’s tennis final would go at least four sets.
When Billy Kilmer joined the Washington Redskins in 1971, people
wondered how the feisty quarterback would interact with the team’s
established quarterback, Sonny Jurgensen.
It reached fever pitch during the dot-com boom, but it’s still true:
Whatever advantage you have, someone will take it. So, keep moving …
Finding a good workplace adviser is just one ingredient in the fine art of taking advice. The following three principles seem like common sense, but people neglect them surprisingly often when engaging an adviser:
For years, many of us have believed that cell phones, laptops and other mobile technologies make us more productive and give us freedom and flexibility. But now, it's time for the BlackBerry backlash.
If you're interested in advancing in the enterprise, you'll help your cause—and your team—if you can develop people to fill your role once you move on.