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It’s that most wonderful time of the year when you think about holiday gifts that will make your favorite coworkers feel appreciated—and then draw a complete blank on the perfect gift to give them. Giving gifts to government colleagues isn’t as straightforward as what to buy Aunt Mabel (a scarf). At the federal level, strict rules govern gifts… Read more »
As the presidential election nears, talking with your coworkers has gotten increasingly treacherous. Whether you’re a Democrat, Republican, Libertarian, Green, independent, or undecided voter, in order to not make enemies at work, you need to learn how to agree to disagree.
It’s another day in the office, and you are flying down the corridor, gripping your grande pumpkin spice latte (hooray for fall!) in one hand and scrolling through email on your phone with the other. You have a meeting that starts in three minutes, and you are trying to drop everything at your desk before you… Read more »
There’s certainly a lot to learn from Olympic athletes about the benefits of applying yourself toward a goal and finding a supportive coach. But there are more subtle and surprising lessons emerging at this year’s Olympics that can also help you be more successful in your career.
Earning the respect of your coworkers is an important part of advancing your career
These days, you’ll hear a lot of advice about how authenticity can lead to career success. But, what if your authentic self is a foul-mouthed maverick? Are there justifiable reasons to curse at the office?
Tips on how to rise above the difficulty.
The holidays are a natural time to look back on the year and take stock of everything you have to be grateful for – and hopefully one of those things is a group of awesome coworkers who support you at your job! If so, take the time to show them just how much you appreciate… Read more »
Silos at work are the result of people feeling they need to protect their or their team’s interests more than they need the support of their colleagues.