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In life and at work, we’re all guilty of stepping around the elephants in the room, rather than politely asking them to move or to stop chewing their peanuts so darn loudly. That’s the easier route, since elephants are large and unwieldy and more than a trifle intimidating.
Entry-level life is challenging for many reasons, the greatest of which is learning to pay your dues.
A study from Harvard Business School tested whether taking 15 minutes at the end of a work day to reflect on that day’s work improved their performance and found the participants tasked with daily written reflection did 22.8 percent better on an assessment than the control group.
Ergonomics experts say while the #saddesk Twitter craze seemed to summon the most extreme cases of workplace blues, there is a very real undertone — and danger — to a dismal desk.
Entry-level life is challenging for many reasons, the greatest of which is learning to pay your dues.
Entry-level life is challenging for many reasons, the greatest of which is learning to pay your dues.
In her latest book, author and researcher Liz Wiseman presents a solid case for why, in today’s fast-changing workplace, not knowing can be more valuable than knowing.
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