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.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could get past the urge to procrastinate and just get things done when you need to, without stress or last-minute problems? You can certainly make a good effort to, writes Heidi Grant Halvorson, associate director for the Motivation Science Center at Columbia University’s business school.
Timothy Dimoff, a former narcotics detective and SWAT team member, reviews today’s problems and offers a path for conflict resolution and prevention.
Even though speed reading can lower your comprehension, it can be extremely helpful for getting what you need from certain documents, Thorin Klosowski writes. Chrome offers a mobile extension called Spreed that can help you get through a text in record time.
The chances are very good that you’re missing the whole picture of the colleagues who are causing you to gnaw on your stapler. Ask yourself these questions before you launch your next hissy fit.
What message are you sending to others when you minimize your job to the point where you believe you don’t need a business card?
Lois Frankel, author of Nice Girls Still Don’t Get The Corner Office, shares the most common mistakes women make that prevent them from keeping their careers on track.
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For a speaker, it’s important to take various learning styles into consideration when designing your presentation. Here are some things to consider for each style.
In many cases, your hands will be tied and you won’t be able to manage with an open book. However, when you can share plans, information, decisions and ideas the organization is considering with your team, do so.
The goal of technical writing is to clearly and concisely explain a point or offer direction. Here are four tips for better technical writing.