The 2-Minute Tip for Success
A lot of people think they should just be recognized for their effort and rewarded accordingly, without any need for self-promotion. Unfortunately, in today’s competitive workplace, if you assume that hard work alone is enough to get ahead, it’s very likely you will be left behind by those who haven’t shied away from self-promotion. Read the 5 tips here.
These easy-to-master 10 verbal communication tips are very important to success in your personal and professional lives. By improving your verbal communication skills you will quickly connect and build rapport, earn respect, gain influence, and become more likable and accepted.
When money is tight, stress levels are high, and the visions of instant success don't happen like you thought, it's easy to let those emotions get to you, and thereby your team. Take a breath, calm yourself down, and remind yourself of the leader you are and would like to become. Here are some key qualities that every good leader should possess, and learn to emphasize.
You need a strategy to get the most out of a trade show. You can't just show up and expect to absorb business-changing concepts. Here are four tips from NCET, a small business association for entrepreneurialship and technology you can use to make sure that you get the most out of the STMA exhibition.
Given how much time most of us spend at work it makes sense to think about your career and the goals that you would like to achieve within your working life. However, when you’re busy both professionally and personally, it can be hard to justify spending time on career development planning.
"Many who are new to the working world arrive there from a path that has been shaped by many "guides." These include high school counselors, college career services professionals, and even parental input into career options and choices. Once you've landed that all-important first "real" job, however, all of that help can dry up; at that point, your career development is down to you, and you alone. In this post, L.E.K. Consulting's Rose L.