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Employees aren’t feeling as appreciated as they would like to be, according to a recent survey.
Travel easier with online services.
Lisa carries herself like a true professional, unless she’s in the presence of the new VP. She can hardly squeeze out a sentence before he dashes away.
Frustrated by the way things are going? Disagree with a boss or colleague? Resist the urge to vent.
Gain more focus time by coming up with an interruption system, or a visual way to tell people when it’s OK to interrupt and when it’s not.
Look confident and stay healthier by straightening up.
Giving back doesn't take much time. It can be as easy as clicking your mouse or bringing a can of soup to the office.
Figure out which news stories are worth a read by scanning Brijit.com.
Keep tasks from falling through the cracks with a master activity list.
It’s the favorite color of politicians and CEOs for a reason.
Short of relaxing on a white-sand beach, what’s the best way to curb stress and stay mentally healthy?
It took 500 interviews with big shots such as Martha Stewart and Quincy Jones to demonstrate this point: You don’t have to be rich or a genius to succeed.
Pursuing a hobby makes you a better employee, according to The New York Times.
One way to balance out the speed and thoughtlessness of e-mail is to add your unique personal touch to other correspondence, such as birthday and thank you notes.
Be a better conversationalist by using information you already know about someone to ask questions.
Help your company attract and retain employees by recycling, purchasing green office supplies and turning off lights behind you.
Typically, attendance drops off the final night.
Combing through the company archives can unearth a great source of motivational material.
You’ve heard that too many choices cause paralysis, but how many choices are too many?
For those who want to be extraordinary at work, here’s a secret: Simply discover three things that you’re very good at, attributes that rank you in the top 25% of people.
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