How to Stay on the Cutting Edge of Your Career

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How to Stay on the Cutting Edge of Your Career

The competitive job market encourages continued growth and professional development to stay on the cutting edge of your industry. How do you differentiate yourself in the workplace and stay relevant in a way to best build a meaningful career? Here are some tips to continue to unlock your potential, break through barriers, and meet your… Read more »

Professional Blunders: Communication Tips to Avoid Awkward Moments in the Workplace

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Communication Tips to Avoid Awkward Moments in the Workplace

  We have all experienced those cringe-worthy moments where we wish something that was said could be erased from everyone’s minds. Hopefully that off hand comment was among friendly colleagues in the office and not at a meeting at work.  Knowing what your communication style is will help you understand how to be a more… Read more »

More Companies Asking Employees to Collaborate

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More Companies Asking Employees to Collaborate

Employers in most industries are encouraging employees across different departments to collaborate, in an effort to help foster faster responses to rapid changes in their markets. But how do you get a fast talking salesperson to work with the reserved, detailed-oriented engineer? Collaborating with colleagues is an essential skill necessary to success in the workplace,… Read more »

How to Get a Promotion Without Asking for It

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How to Get a Promotion Without Asking for It

No one likes to ask their boss for a promotion. Your diligence, willingness to take on more responsibility and consistency in meeting expectations should give you the attention you are looking for from your boss and lead to that next promotion.  Here are five steps to take to increase your chances of getting a promotion… Read more »

How Do You Recover After a Bad First Impression?

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How Do You Recover After a Bad First Impression?

Everyone eventually finds themselves in a situation where that first impression goes south with a tone-deaf comment to a prospective boss, having the wrong outfit on for an interview, or spilling a drink all over a client. It is possible to recover from a bad first impression with enough time, effort and some nuanced skills…. Read more »