Put your foot in your mouth at work? If you’ve rubbed someone the wrong way, said something regrettable, or just didn’t bring your A-game to a meeting, don’t panic. Here are a few ways to upgrade a negative impression to one worth remembering.
Waiting for Season 6 to debut tonight? Tide yourself over with five important career lessons this professional has learned from Don, Peggy, Joan, and the rest of the Mad Men gang.
Have you recently decided to go by Allison instead of Ali? Or are you sick of everyone calling you Lizzie when your name is Liz? Hear from a professional who was in the same boat how she finally made the name change at work.
Imagine the ideal version of your current role: the same job, but tailored specifically to fit your interests and strengths. Sound too good to be true? It’s not—take it from this professional who just created the job of her dreams.
We’ve all been there at some point—stuck on a team that seems more like a scene from Mean Girls than a professional work environment. But instead of running for the hills when things get tense, try these techniques to find peace with your teammates.
Applying for a new job at your current company? Interviewing with the people you see every day may seem like it’s a piece of cake—but the truth is, it still takes a lot of preparation. Here’s what you need to know to get a leg up on the competition.
You’re awesome at what you do—but that’s not all it takes to land that promotion or next job. Here’s a breakdown of some of the external factors that can influence your professional growth, and the best ways to leverage them into bigger and better things.
Starting a new position is stressful for anyone, but as a manager, you can make the transition a whole lot smoother. Here are a few ways to help a new employee adjust—all of which are much less overwhelming, arguably more helpful, and definitely more fun than the traditional onboarding processes.
Does the word “ice breaker” make you break out in a cold sweat? We’ve pulled together some non-awkward team-building activities that might actually get your employees excited.