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Negative workers can poison the office environment, stifle change, and torpedo innovation. Here are five steps a manager can take to turn skeptics into true believers.
Workers are staying in their jobs longer, and that creates more opportunities for age discrimination. Here are four ways to make sure you are viewed by your contribution, rather than your age.
We've heard a lot in the 2016 presidential election about how unlikeable both candidates are. But this can be an issue for any leader -- we expect our leaders to be likeable people or we don't want to work for them. Here are steps you can take to ensure your own likeability, or fix a bad impression.
Workers take less time for vacation every year, and that has real consequences for employee health and corporate health. If you want to know why your employees don't take proper vacations, look at yourself first.
You may be dying to quit your job, but don't ruin all your hard work on the way out. Here's a simple guide to how to quit your job and enhance your reputation.
Research shows that 4 out of 5 of us have dealt with toxic people in the workplace. Here's why it's such a problem, and what you can do about it.
If you want to build a rock star team, you need to learn how to build potential in others. Here's how to turn B-players into A+ performers.
Most of us are poor listeners -- and there's a reason for that. This article points out how to overcome the biggest listening hurdles so you can immediately up your game.
Are you pushing your team hard enough -- or too hard? Different situations require unique styles of leadership. Find out the questions you should ask before you adjust your style to achieve the best results.
Authentic leadership is a common term in leadership circles, but what does it really mean and how does one lead authentically?
We're told our entire lives to keep an open mind, but psychologists have shown that we're hardwired to be close minded. Here are four ways to strategically develop and sustain an expansive outlook.
Leaders are increasingly managing global teams -- and finding it hard to get right. Here are four steps to make sure your global team gels, and performs.
Six rising stars in the communications industry share their career wisdom.
You may be really happy in your job and that’s great. But if a recruiter calls or a friend tips you off to a great position that fits your skills, are you ready to pursue it? If so, is your resume current? Are you constantly connecting with people in case a better opportunity presents itself? […]
Someone else getting credit for your ideas? Here's what to do about it.
Most managers assemble teams from a mix of people they inherit and those they can manage to attract. With the right leadership approach, even a group of B players can become an A team. Here's how.
Jeb Bush created controversy by saying overworked Americans should actually work more. Most workers want the opposite. Here are four ways to get more done by actually working less -- and erasing burnout.
Want to get more out of yourself or your team? Turns out, it's not what you do or even what you think -- but how you think that makes the difference.
Leaders believe competition spurs productivity, but employees hate it. Here's how to foster healthy competition and ensure you don't stress out your people.
What we give our care and attention to grows. But what do you do when you feel burned out or disconnected at work? How can managers summon the will to care? Here are four ways.