Think you’re busy? Try having a side project.
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It’s got a promising future, which means you will, too.
Tired of reassuring your colleagues that everything is going to be OK? Try these responses instead.
You want to take on a new project, or work more with another team—how do you convince your boss you’re ready for more responsibility?
If you’re beginning to feel like your career is challenging you in all the wrong ways, maybe it’s time to take stock of your situation and get it back on track.
Try this trick to quickly get a sense of what hiring managers see when they scan your resume (and ensure you’re making the right impression).
Deciding to switch gears and transition into a new career field is scary stuff. But, if you want to obtain professional success, the risk is necessary.
Adding that one little letter between your first and last name can have a big impact on how you’re perceived—in a good way.
Let big data, CMS, and yes—the cloud—become a part of your everyday vocabulary.
Managing up starts with you—send this short email every week to communicate more clearly with your boss and work more effectively together.
Have questions you really want the answer to but feel like you can’t ask? Here’s how to tackle them.
This is the only conference call that has ever made us laugh out loud.
You don’t need to be best friends with your Board of Directors—but you do need to connect.
Scared to apply to a job that seems traditionally extroverted? Don’t limit yourself yet: See how these fellow introverts thrive in their extroverted careers.
So your organization or department is restructuring. This is how you should respond if you want to keep your job during layoffs and continue moving up.
Public speaking anxiety is real, but these tips will turn you into a power presenter.
Hiring managers will Google you before offering you a job—here’s how to make sure your online presence makes you look your best to anyone who might look you up.
Meetings aren’t always necessary and they’re not always a good use of time. Here’s how to share that same information in an email instead.
One of the trickiest parts of party planning, especially for a crowd, is picking a menu that everyone will love. Whether you’re planning a sit-down dinner for 20 or a cocktail party for 100, we’ve got you covered with some simple guidelines.
Amanda Leslie, who now works in higher ed, always had more than one job at a time. Here’s her career story (and how she ended up where she is today).