The funny thing about business etiquette is that you get points for having it, but no one will actually tell you that you weren’t promoted because you didn’t have enough of it.
It’s like one of those sneaky unmentionables like smelling good or having nice teeth – we will compliment you on
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The Introvert’s Guide to Networking (via @fastcompany)
Guest post by Daniel Etter
When it comes time to plan your next big work function, group meeting or corporate event, you want to make sure everything comes off perfectly.
In the day to day of working for clients and pitching to new prospects, we sometimes forget the
Guest post by Gina Brooks
We’ve been talking about employee engagement for a while now and in all the literature and research that is focused on this topic, the results are the same:
Engaged employees perform better.
Kip Tindall is CEO of The Container Store which
A resume is no longer enough – a stylish DIY website is the perfect way to stand out from the crowd and allows you to share examples of your work with potential employers. By Emma Williams
When sifting through resumes, the point of difference used to be your
Just like people, workplaces can have underlying illnesses – high absenteeism, low morale, conflict, retention problems and performance issues are all symptoms of an unhealthy organisation.
According to business consultant Errol Amerasekera who recently presented at AIM, healthy
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Can You Really Handle the Entrepreneurial Life? Check These 5 Signs (via @EntMagazine)
Drug and alcohol policies are vital in any organisation, as what employees get up to in their own time can affect their safety and productivity in the workplace. By Leon Gettler
Drugs and alcohol abuse impact businesses and managers. The Australian Drug
Were you brought up on the philosophy to “treat others the way you want to be treated”?
The positive intention is definitely there, but according to best-selling author and renowned leadership consultant Devora Zack, it’s this sort of thinking that actually contributes to conflict and
There will only ever be 24 hours in a day, so it’s wise to use them to their full potential. ByLeon Gettler
Talk to any manager these days and they’ll tell you they’re busy. Time is the big talking point. It is the most precious commodity around.