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Archived Since:June 7, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Defusing an Angry Caller Situation

Peter Post explains ways to calm down an angry caller starting with remaining calm yourself and focusing on the issue and not on the demeanor of the person.

First Impressions Count in the Workplace

Elaine Varelas offers advice on how to make a good first impression on the first day in a new role.

Small Talk at Work

Peter Post explains how to engage in the inevitable small talk at work without it negatively affecting your getting your work done and offers tips on how to take part in office conversations successfully.

Your goals: 3 things to remember

With goals, says Paul Hellman, one trick makes all the difference.

How to Make 2016 Your Best Year Yet in the Workplace

Elaine Varelas offers advice on how to make 2016 your best year in the workplace.

The 'Exterminator' on the hunt for pests

Pests don?t care whether you have $2 in your bank account or $15 million.

Sounds, Odors, and Words at Work

Peter Post looks at how you affect a relationship by the actions you take as you interact with people. Actions can include sounds, odor and words you use.

IS HR the Reason I'm not Getting the Job?

Elaine Varelas offers advice on how to work with HR to get the job you want.

This Horseshoe Company's a Ringer

St. Pierre Manufacturing ? which has made horseshoes for presidents Truman, Bush senior and others ? carries on a nearly century-long family business, making authentic drop-forged shoe and stake kits that are sanctioned by the sport?s governing body, National Horseshoe Pitchers' Association (NHPA).

What?s Going On At The Interview Meal?

Peter Post explains that business meals are not about the food but about an opportunity to build relationships and offers six guidelines for building relationships at a business meal.

Making sure that skaters stay sharp on tour

With live entertainment ? sharp ice blades under their feet ? you never know what?s going to happen.

At work, how much should you self-disclose?

Here's how to decide, says Paul Hellman, what to reveal about yourself.

Thank-you Note: Opportunity versus Obligation

Peter Post explains the importance of thank you notes for gifts and how changing the receiver's mind from the note being an obligation to being an opportunity makes it easier to write a note.

What Employers and Employees really want for the Holidays

Elaine Varelas offers some comical relief to what employers and employees truly want for the Holidays.

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