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  • 10 Ways to Improve Your Chances of Getting A Promotion at Work
    January 20, 2020

    10 Ways to Improve Your Chances of Getting A Promotion at Work

    If you keep getting overlooked for promotion at work, it can be very demoralizing. You may have been looking at the people who have gained promotion and wondered why it wasn't you. The first thing to understand is that your lack of promotion is unlikely to be due to anything personal. It is more likely that you haven't made yourself a candidate for promotion.
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  • The Four Habits of Highly Productive People
    January 13, 2020

    The Four Habits of Highly Productive People

    Productivity isn't always about working faster or cramming more into your working day. Instead, you can boost your productivity by forming and maintaining habits like the ones listed above. Keep meetings short, keep your desk tidy, take a walk each day, and nap when you need to
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  • How to Increase Your Productivity at the Office
    December 9, 2019

    How to Increase Your Productivity at the Office

    How to increase your productivity at work? This article focuses on working smarter instead of working harder. Tips on a wide variety of topics are included, such as when you drive to work, rewarding yourself, and handling your smartphone at work.
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  • How to Stop Being Micromanaged
    December 9, 2019

    How to Stop Being Micromanaged

    One of the biggest complaints from employees is that they are suffering under micromanagement. But, what exactly is micromanagement and what can employees do to get their supervisors off their back? A unique perspective is offered for identifying the cause while siding with neither employer or employee.  

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  • Avoid Meetings When Possible. Prepare for Them When Necessary
    April 3, 2019

    Avoid Meetings When Possible. Prepare for Them When Necessary

    Leading meetings is a great way to gain visibility and leadership opportunities in an organization. It provides you a chance to show your ability to direct a group to reach specific outcomes. Also, running meetings is a great way to show your peers and bosses; they can trust you to lead. Conversely, being in charge of a poorly run meeting can be disastrous for your career. Therefore, don't underestimate the value of running great meetings.
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