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.
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You may think that a to-do list is a to-do list and there is absolutely nothing you can do to make it more useful. You might be wrong.
Everybody has at least one co-worker whose behavior grates their nerves. Make sure that you aren’t the one annoying others by avoiding these three seemingly innocent communication mistakes.
You are so angry at a co-worker, employee or customer that your blood is boiling. Letting the anger fester will only hurt your career, so take these steps to cool off and move on.
We’ve all been there. That moment when you present your boss with the best idea ever and their response is not what you imagined. You can see your amazing idea crashing and burning right before your eyes, stamped out before it even got off the ground. At this juncture you must make an important decision.
During networking events, it’s all too easy to become trapped in a conversation that is dragging on and on. Use these tips to exit without offending the other person.
You thought you extended a job offer to the perfect person to fill the void on your team. So why did your dream candidate reject your offer? It’s likely one of these reasons.
When your boss resigns or is let go unexpectedly, you may be happy, sad or a whole slew of other emotions. Just make sure you don’t let the boss’s departure affect your career. Follow this advice.
There are several important deal-breakers you need to focus on to make sure your résumé doesn’t end up in the discard pile on the HR manager’s desk.
If you’re unlucky enough to work with a snitch, follow these tips.
What kind of communicator are you? Communication expert and leadership coach, Maya Hu-Chan, says most people fall into one of two categories. Knowing which you and others are can improve your communication.
According to a study done by On Device Research, a market analyst firm, 1 in 10 young job seekers have lost a job opportunity because of their social media profiles. The greatest faux pas or errors will happen when people grow too comfortable and/or confident in the social media environment.
Take online collaboration to the next level with these tips.
Jim O’Connor, author of CUSS CONTROL: The Complete Book on How to Curb Your Cursing, says “No,” despite research and reports that state the contrary. Here’s why
Major problems can erupt when supervisors have to manage people they just don't get along with. Smart managers defuse that tension by focusing on tasks, projects and results—not personalities.
If you’ve been writing long enough, you may be relying on the same crutch words and structure—and it’s making your writing predictable. Here’s how you can break the habit.
If you are a user of Gmail, try these extensions, which are optional, user-installed upgrades, to improve your electronic communication.
Not everyone is cut out to stake their own claim and never draw a paycheck from someone else’s company. But your bucket list may not truly be complete until you spend a year making money strictly from your own resourcefulness. Here’s why you should take that entrepreneurial spirit for a spin.
If your ideas for blog posts are running dry, consider these options to create fresh, engaging content.
Error-free writing is ideal, but your writing must be more than just free of glaring typos and grammatical mistakes. It must also be clear—and aptly convey the message you want to share. Follow this checklist to fine-tune your draft into polished prose.
If you want 100% consensus before you make a decision, chances are you’ll be waiting a long time. Rather than trying to elicit a “Yes” from every member of your team, follow these steps.
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