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.
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.
Organizations thrive on the open sharing of ideas and information. In the modern age, the easiest way to implement open sharing techniques is through software tools, writes entrepreneur Amy Rees Anderson. She suggests using technology to create these at your company.
For those craving a buzzword fix because it’s been more than two weeks since a new one shimmered into being on a PowerPoint slide, help yourself to these emergency rations.
In the professional world, everything you say and do affects your credibility. This includes your body language, your public speaking skills and your presentation skills, says The Muse’s Kat Moon.
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.
When a contact takes the time to introduce you to someone via email, take advantage of the opportunity. Follow these tips to turn those introductions into strong business relationships.
It’s not a jungle out there in the workplace anymore—certain behaviors are making it more like middle school.
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.
The sad truth is that sarcasm reveals more about you than the people you target. Ask yourself: Why do I do it?
When All-Star centerfielder Bernie Williams retired from the Yankees, that didn't mean he was slowing down.