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Whether you've been on the job for years, or are just starting in a new position, shyness can severely undermine your professional success. But your situation isn't hopeless--you just need the right tools! Use these ideas to come out of your shell, achieve more, and even use your natural personality to your advantage.
Multitasking used to be the name of the game. The more you could do at once, the more productive you were thought to be.
Surveys conducted throughout the United States have found that the average employee admits to wasting approximately two hours out of every eight-hour work day. This does not include lunch and other scheduled breaks. If you find that you don't have enough time to get your work done, it may be because you're wasting more time than you realize.
The good news is that if you know what some of the nastier, poor-communication habits are, you can become more mindful and look for ways to increase your skillfulness. The positive results can be seen in interpersonal interactions as well as improvements in the quality of your marketing communications and networking.
So what are some of the worst communication habits? Here are seven candidates.
Whatever the reason, most of us get down on our jobs at one point or another. But it doesn't have to be that way. Here are five quick ways to bring instant improvement to your workday.
Building influence and credibility means not always having to say "Yes." Being too eager to please can be bad for your reputation--and your career.
Good communicators can be honed as well as born. Here are a few tips to get you started.
Are you conscious at work? While most people are not fully asleep at work, neither are they fully awake and putting forth the full potential of their skills and talents. To what degree can each of us heighten our awareness of how and what we contribute to the organization, who we have an effect on, and how our actions help to define the culture and business results?
By now, you probably understand the potential dangers of social media. Indiscriminate use can seriously damage your professional reputation. So when people in your office (especially your boss) want to be your Facebook friend, how do you use Facebook so that you can still show your face at work? Here are several quick tips for managing your Facebook account without jeopardizing your professional reputation.
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