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Prevent Burnout At Work By Recognizing Your Personality Type

Prevent Burnout At Work By Recognizing Your Personality Type

Is long-term burnout making you want to quit your job or change careers? If you’re finding it difficult to recharge your batteries even after a […]

To Create Focused Messages, Answer These 3 Questions

To Create Focused Messages, Answer These 3 Questions

How can managers communicate more effectively in today’s business world? One key is to create focused messages that grab the listener’s attention. In an age […]

Are Supply Chains And Sourcing Boring? Not When They Provide A Competitive Edge

Are Supply Chains And Sourcing Boring? Not When They Provide A Competitive Edge

For decades after WWII, the military approach to supply chain management and sourcing served private industry perfectly well. Now, however, it does not. Across a […]

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Is Diversity a Carrot or a Stick?

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Why should you introduce more diversity into your office? Diversity is a growing topic of concern in many offices, and Nigel Dessau is here to explain why you should get on board, and how it will help you in the future. See how you can move forward by hiring people from different walks of life.




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Should Companies Do Away with Traditional Managers?

Has the role of the traditional manager gone to the wayside? With the rise of holacracy in organizations, some believe that the current organizational structure is outdated. See what author and CEO Brian Fielkow has to say about whether or not companies should do away with traditional managers.




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Dining Etiquette: 10 Tips to Increase Your Confidence at a Dinner Interview

Have you ever had an embarrassing experience at a business dinner? A dinner interview is a useful tool for employers to see how you respond in social, professional scenarios. Kathleen Pagana offers ten tips so you can be more confident at your next important dinner, and how you can impress your future employers.




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Why Brevity is Best in a Presentation

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During your last presentation, did you notice your audience’s attention beginning to wane? Rambling on about your topic is a certain way to cause your listeners to lose interest. Beth Noymer Levine explains why brevity is your best friend in a presentation, and how to be more concise in your speeches.



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