From the dreaded office potluck to all-office emails, here is a handy etiquette guide to anti-social behavior for modern day professionals, including some expert advice from Miss Manners' mortal enemy, Burgess Cobblepot III.
We often do not understand God's plans in our life. However, he has given us the assurance that whatever happens everything has a reason. This is an inspiring story about blessings in disguise that strengthened a time tested relationship between a king and his faithful servant.
For all the ladies who are wondering how they can be classified as a BOSS CHICK.
Some people work years in the same position, while others move up the company ladder. A work promotion during a recession is possible for an employee who is sincere and serious about his job. Review your attitudes toward your work habits, colleagues and your supervisor. Make the changes...
The International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) have identified a set of competencies they consider necessary for a practicing business analyst to be effective at their job. This article builds a capability view using these competencies as a foundation, and then considers the value streams...
Working in an office can be interesting and rewarding. It can also be very disappointing and treacherous. In this hub I present my pet peeves at work in an office for over thirty years.
When "friends" decide to become clients, these relationships enter a whole new, challenging dimension. See how doing business changes friendship dynamics and some tips for handling these situations.
When you procrastinate on important tasks, mental debt becomes an obstacle to your success. Find out how to manage your to-do list so you can move on to achieving your lifetime goals.
There are many reasons why people love working at home. They love the work and don’t like the bad office politics, the interruptions, or many annoying behaviors that are distracting during a work day in the cubicle life. Some behaviors are just plain rude. Just for the record whenever the words...
We've all been there during this journey we call life. Every so often we must deal with sticky people and sticky situations and wisdom navigating these situations is always a blessing. Welcome to Corporate Communication Etiquette.