Adding value to an organization after 40+ years of continuous employment is achievable. As a resourceful and intuitive program analyst, my peers often look to my insights with “problem-solving.” I personally attribute my “value-added” work culture to the following 2 reasons: my determination coupled with my energy for project completion. As I soon close thisRead… Read more »
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Do you thrive in an office environment surrounded by your peers or do you prefer to be home, away from it all? Do you not mind a filled office but with the option of an office door that can be closed? What is your working personality?
Coming back to work from a holiday vacation can be tough. Here’s how you can deal.
Team-building takes a lot of effort. But, including the key components of trust, communication and appreciation will help you to build a successful team.
There is something unique about certain people. We know their style. We can recognize their uniqueness in an instant.
How do you know if you are on a cruise in your career? Is it where you want to be? Is it right for you? Or do you want to take more control and become the captain of your career?
Baby Boomers may be the most knowledgeable population. The knowledge that Baby Boomers possess is too vital not to share. It leaves a legacy.
Jargon and acronyms have their place within professions. Just remember to keep them in their place when communicating with those outside your profession.
Some may think the workplace would be better with increased promotion opportunities, better leave policy, frequent breaks, or change in management. But very seldom do we think of how to improve the workplace through our interactions with colleagues. Here are some ways to do just that.
The only person we should truly be in competition with at the workplace is ourself.