Whether you’re dealing with a round of layoffs, a new CEO, or something totally unknown, here’s how to address the chaos with your team.
Persuasion expert Nancy Duarte is quite possibly the world’s leader on telling stories. She’s also a successful entrepreneur who runs a world-class organization. And today, she shares a bit about her experience on both fronts.
Searching for a new job isn’t easy, so when you put hundreds or thousands of miles in between where you are and where you want to be employed, it can feel pretty impossible. We asked this remote job-hunter to share her secrets for success.
You’re job hunting, and you’ve just found the perfect position. And, as it turns out, you’ve got a connection to the company—through a family member! But before you ask Aunt Mary to make an introduction, consider these tips for mixing business and family.
Confronting someone at the office can be one of the toughest things to learn how to do. But it can be just as difficult to know when not to confront them. Here are three situations where you should recognize when it’s time to back down.
What do you do if your resume feels a little empty? Here’s a hint: Look beyond the positions you’ve held and the degrees you’ve earned, and get a little creative. Take a look at some things you might not realize you can include on your resume.
The famous book “The Five Love Languages” has been called the secret to lasting love. But actually, it’s pretty invaluable advice for lasting relationships in the office, too. Here’s how to use this unexpected advice to your advantage.