Are you a person who is energized by interacting with your coworkers, or do you prefer to work alone and keep news ideas to yourself? If you want to increase your personal effectiveness, personality type may matter more than you think. According to one recent Harvard Business Review blog post, about half of all Americans… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Personal Effectiveness
Are you stuck in a rut in your current position at work? Are you having trouble getting along with your co-workers or supervisor? Do you want to boost your performance to make up for last year’s mediocre review? Are you struggling to maintain healthy work-life balance? If you need relevant advice to get you back… Read more »
Many of us work from nine to five, five days a week, 50 weeks a year. You may have friends in the office, you may meet your spouse for lunch, or you may take the occasional personal call during the work day. But for the most part, you probably keep your work and home lives… Read more »
You may not realize it, but you are most likely impeding your brain function and your personal effectiveness by consciously or unconsciously compartmentalizing your experiences day in and day out. What does this mean? According to one recent article, “Psychologists define compartmentalization as a defense mechanism that we use to avoid the anxiety that arises from… Read more »
A recent CareerBuilder survey reveals that “Thirty-six percent of workers reported they discuss politics at work. Forty-three percent expect they will be talking about this year’s presidential election with co-workers.” Much of the time, such discussions about politics in the workplace can be friendly, but the survey reveals that: “23 percent of workers who have discussed politics… Read more »
“All work is not equal,” writes Scott Belsky, the CEO of Behance and author of the book Making Ideas Happen, on The 99 Percent blog. Though we are always busy and easily fill every work day, are we using our time in the best way possible? Belsky recommends doing an audit of your work day,… Read more »
One of the not-so-secret tips for workplace success and job security is simply maintaining a professional presence each day. Fortunately, this is relatively easy to do on any budget. You don’t need to buy a lot of books or invest in expensive seminars. Here are a few tips to get you started on increasing your… Read more »
March 8 is International Women’s Day, a global, annual event that is celebrated as an official holiday in some countries. IWD began with political roots in 1909, but since then, it has expanded to a much wider audience, with the purpose of recognizing women’s economic and social achievements and the movement toward gender equality. In… Read more »
Are you struggling to get ahead and stay ahead? Does your inbox fill up exponentially faster than your outbox? Perhaps you have a workflow issue and need to delegate more, or perhaps you have a time management problem. You can get time management advice from professional newsletters, business blogs, your boss, or your deskmate…. Read more »
As a manager, you try your best to keep up with the latest business news and industry specific developments. You read a variety of business blogs and subscribe to a few professional development newsletters. For the most part, you have a sense of what your employees need to work on to be more effective each day…. Read more »
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