8 Easy Ways to Empower Yourself at Work

A lot has been said in recent years about empowerment … and what that means, exactly, is very subjective. But one thing is for sure. There has never been a greater need for it.

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Assertive v. Aggressive – How to Draw the Line

Drawing the line between aggressiveness and assertiveness is always a difficult proposition, whether you’re managing a team or trying to advance in your career. When you must take a stand, you may second-guess yourself: “Will I step over the line? If I do nothing, will I lose ground?” You can walk the tightrope by increasing […]

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How to Talk Money in a Job Interview

There’s no doubt that talking salary is one of the more stressful aspects of job hunting. Timing is critical – bring it up with employers too early, you may turn them off entirely, but wait too long, you might never catch up to the market salary you deserve.

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Putting An End to Meeting Mania

If you’ve worked in just about any office lately, this may not come as a big surprise: Meetings can be a colossal productivity drain—they can create a treadmill of a work existence for many, where seemingly little gets done.

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How to Counter the World of “No”

Many would agree that “yes” is one of the most concise motivational words in the English language. And in the workplace, that’s no exception. You may find that this simple word can encourage job satisfaction and employee loyalty. Saying “yes” to a small idea may ultimately turn that idea into a business game changer.

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Is It Time to Leave Your Job?

Sometimes it’s obvious when you should make the potentially life-altering decision to change jobs. You’ve considered the pros and cons of your position and explored all possible solutions to problems. You know it’s not going to get better.

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This Is How Political Activism Can Affect Your Job

In the United States, political activism is thought of as a right – “freedom of speech” – but corporate America doesn’t always see it that way. Employers are free to write their own policies, including limiting some political participation, even what you do outside of work in some cases. That may not the best approach […]

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What Personal Brand Are You Conveying at Work?

Is it time for spring-cleaning and updating your brand image? It could be you’ve gotten into a rut when it comes to your work routine, personal appearance, or your approach to work. Maybe you haven’t tapped into your skills or passions. With spring in the air and new possibilities on the horizon, it may be […]

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Let Go of Fear in the New Year: Add Risk-Taking to Your 2017 Resolutions

The New Year has arrived and with it comes new hurdles, excitement and opportunities, and . . . if you let it, a time for a new, empowered you! A primary directive to feeling empowered is letting go of fear. The fear of taking risks could be the single most critical barrier between you and […]

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What Does Casual Dress Really Mean Today?

Wardrobe Tips for Career Success. Casual dress has become a mainstay in the workplace – but along with the shift is greater ambiguity in knowing what will help or hinder your career. The policies, written or not, can vary by company; department; industry; your boss; geographic location; day of the week; the day’s events; and more. Your […]

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