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.
Whatever the inner reasons behind workplace conflicts, resolving them can place a big drain on your time and energy.
Your company is opening a new store on your side of town, and you want to manage it. The only problem is that your colleague also wants the job, and she'll stop at nothing to get it ...
Problem: I’ve been hearing and reading the phrase “went missing” lately. It’s frequently in the media and sounds terrible! Is this phrase grammatically correct? — Joyce Prosser, Administrative Assistant, Saint Anselm College, Manchester, N.H. The phrase is grammatically correct, at least according to British diction-aries, and most people do un- derstand what it means. But […]
Tap into a growing public relations trend: pay-perplacement.
Under a tax-law crackdown in the 1990s, you can no longer deduct the cost of your annual country club dues, even if you use the club mostly for business meetings.
The Pension Protection Act of 2006 overhauls the tax rules for deducting charitable donations. If you’re not careful, the tax reforms can hit you right where it hurts . . . in your pocketbook.
Test your motives with this question from success guru Tom Peters:
Start drafting your personal mission statement by recalling the people who exerted the most positive influence on your life.
Recover fast when you’ve really, really blown it, by:
A goal, says business guru Ken Blanchard, is just a signpost on your
way to your ultimate destination. Once you’ve reached it, it fades from
importance. A vision, on the other hand: