The 7 Personalities Who Never Succeed at Work

Strong soft skills and emotional intelligence are more necessary now than ever before. And as managerial relationships become more collaborative and workplaces become more focused on creating positive cultures, professional personalities are only growing more important. It can be hard to determine what your professional personality is. And without knowing it, those who are on the low end of…

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COVID-19: 6 key questions on the return to work

‘If the #employer has done what needs to be done to make the place safe, then an #employee would potentially be in a risky situation by refusing to return’ One day the #coronavirus outbreak will end and, en masse, millions of remote employees will be returning to the #workplace they knew before. But what should…

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6 Subtle Signs You’re Not Serious About Your Career Growth

#Career growth may seem like a controversial topic right now. Can you really have career growth in the middle of a #globalpandemic? Some people might roll their eyes at the thought or brush it off because it seems impossible. But what if it’s not? Whether you’ve been tossed into an unexpected job search or you’re…

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The other pandemic we’re ignoring

The #COVID19pandemic has exposed woeful inadequacies in the attention we pay to many vulnerable people in our society, perhaps none more so than the #women whose lives are a daily horror show as a result of #domesticviolence. We’ve heard a lot about this issue during the period of isolation imposed on us by the #virus,…

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3 Phrases That Are Making You Sound Naive (And What to Say Instead)

#Communication in the #workplace is a topic that’s been studied in many ways. And here’s a spoiler alert: the data always shows that effective workplace communication is crucial to personal #career growth. Yet even the most seasoned pros can inadvertently undermine themselves by not choosing their words carefully. Here are three common phrases that make…

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Now I’ve got the time, I’m sorting through the soundtrack of my life

The other morning, my significant other caught me stacking my album collection in alphabetical order. I was immediately accused of #selfisolation desperation (not without some justification, to be fair). However, this was a long-planned task made even more timely by being house bound. It was also challenging, given the volume and categories, thus a welcome…

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Three Powerful Strategies To Ace Your Virtual Interview – Get the edge in the new world of digital hiring

Hiring, like everything else in our #pandemified world, is going #virtual. And this isn’t just a stopgap measure that will fade away once the public health threat is over. Digital #hiring will become an integral part of future human capital strategy—and #jobseekers should take note. With unemployment hitting over 33 million, job-hunting is a hot topic.…

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