Reporting to a new boss can be a challenge, but the change is also a great time to set yourself up for success. Here are two things you should be focusing on when your new boss arrives to make sure the transition is smooth.
Find yourself wasting hours away on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, repeat? Kick the habit and tune into productivity with these four easy ways to limit your social media distractions.
So you have the name and email address of someone you’d love to be your mentor–now what? Read on for how to pen an effective, non-awkward email that’ll get a (great!) response.
How do you move forward on your own, when the last few years of your life have been spent with someone else? Molly Ford of Smart, Pretty, and Awkward shares some heartfelt advice for rediscovering and pursuing your own passions.
So, you’ve just been invited to join the office softball league or bowling team. And that would be great, if you had the first clue about the sport. But athletic or not, we have you covered. Get up to speed on the game—and even make it fun—with these easy guidelines.
Letting your current boss and co-workers know you’re leaving can be tough, but if you handle the situation gracefully and respectfully, you’ll leave a great impression. Here’s what you need to know to put in your notice.
Going to alumni events is a great way to meet new people, but if you’ve never been to one before, it can be a little nerve-wracking. Here are a few tips on how to relax, have fun, and meet everyone in the room.
A phone interview is often the first step to getting your foot in the door of the company of your dreams. Molly Ford (our expert on being less awkward!) gives some helpful tips on making a great impression.
Feeling like everyone’s getting married but you? Our new columnist Molly Ford gives some smart advice for this common fear.