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Three Rules for Working Well Together

In a typical work environment, comprised of cubed work stations, a min-kitchen, shared facilities and limited resources, people can quickly grow surly when pressure elevates. Though conflicts may arise and personalities will clash, agreeing to disagree may be the best course of action. Good working relationships are not only important in reducing turnover and increasing […]

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Employ Email Etiquette: Get it Read and Get Results!

Crafting an email that gets results takes practice and skill. Yes, it’s not about just writing your thoughts down but actually considering the reader’s perspective, especially if you want results. So how do you actually get your email read, thoughtfully considered, appreciated and replied to? Well, I curated the expert’s knowledge base. There are a […]

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Five Rules For Diminishing Conflict

No matter where you work there’s bound to be occasional conflict. When it occurs, it can be swiftly resolved when both parties leave out emotions; clearly communicate concerns; respect differences of opinion; and rise to a mutually beneficial resolution. Through practice of this extremely effective formula, professionals will develop the habit of shutting down conflict […]

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Five Ways to Gain Killer Confidence

The number one thing we all struggle with is confidence. Truth be told, it’s not really a struggle with confidence, it’s a struggle with invoking your confidence. Confidence is already within you. Confidence lies somewhere between self-defeat and arrogance. It’s the happy medium that when found, invites you to walk up to the podium, sail […]

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Cultivate A Healthy Career

A Healthy Career is a phrase I’ve been using for over a decade to describe the blending of professional and personal success. To be more specific, you’re in a healthy career when you’re happily engaged in your work; in a career that provides you with ample opportunities for continued growth; empowerment and balance; and you use those […]

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