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No one really cares how their name is spelled on a Starbucks cup—only that the barista gets the drink right. But when you’re in a business setting, coming across as competent, trustworthy and approachable matters.
Microsoft’s Geoffrey CoIon attended some sessions at Advertising Week with his name badge and affiliation hidden, to see how people would treat him—and demonstrate the need for authenticity in marketing. Here’s what happened.
By keeping in touch with high-quality people and letting them know that they’re genuinely valued and appreciated, you’ll strengthen your relationships and increase your feelings of joy, connectedness, and fulfillment.
Always keep your foot in the door, because you never know when you’ll need it to open. Only 40 percent of women who want to return to full-time work after “off-ramping” actually do.
Do you look at successful people and wonder why you’re not one of them? Well, you probably are. Here’s how to know if you’re a successful person, but just don’t realize it.
If you realize that you are party to a work relationship gone sour, don’t panic. You can turn it around. Whatever the reason, you owe it to yourself to make the first move to effect change.