Good communicators can be honed as well as born. Here are a few tips to get you started.
Are you conscious at work? While most people are not fully asleep at work, neither are they fully awake and putting forth the full potential of their skills and talents. To what degree can each of us heighten our awareness of how and what we contribute to the organization, who we have an effect on, and how our actions help to define the culture and business results?
By now, you probably understand the potential dangers of social media. Indiscriminate use can seriously damage your professional reputation. So when people in your office (especially your boss) want to be your Facebook friend, how do you use Facebook so that you can still show your face at work?
Here are several quick tips for managing your Facebook account without jeopardizing your professional reputation.
Good relationships with co-workers are the single most important factor for job satisfaction. Without them, the hope of a great working environment becomes just a fairy tale.
Want some great lessons on getting along with co-workers? Consider these four work fables.
If you have to work with difficult people every day, you probably dread going to work each morning. What's more, you might get so stressed that you can't concentrate on the job. This article offers strategies for coping with such people.
Q. "I wasn't happy with my last performance review. Should I dispute the review? Write a letter for my file? Talk to a lawyer? Or just let it go?"
A. Most professionals feel you should offer some kind of response. But whether to respond, and the way to respond, will depend on your company's culture, the unwritten message, and your own career goals.
We're sharing the following conscious, meaningful-listening tips to help you stock your communication toolbox with options to boost your listening skill. What do the truly excellent listeners have in common?
Have you ever wondered why it is we hit it off instantly with some people and never seem to click with others? Why is it that there are some people we feel as if we've known forever and others we can't seem to relate to even after years of contact? When we truly connect with others, we become actively involved in conversations.
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