We complain a lot, and we all believe we have good reasons. From changes in technology to the smell of tuna sandwich in the break room, you’ll find someone with a gripe in every cubicle. But is anyone listening? What do we really want to see come from our complaints?
Valerie Young is the author of The Secret Thoughts of Successful Women: Why Capable People Suffer from the Impostor Syndrome and How to Thrive in Spite of It. In a previous post, I wrote about how women are much more likely to think of themselves as impostors. Men, on the other hand, tend to think …
I knew you’d have to read this. We’ve all had coworkers who drove us crazy, and apparently, for some of us, it’s reason enough to move on.
I love the fact that we dedicate a national day to being grateful for our blessings. If you’re working, here is a list of things you can be grateful for.
“Curiosity grows from a deep-seated belief that what you don’t know is more interesting than what you do know.”
Rookies can actually outperform veterans in situations where no one can know how to do a task or what might happen next.
Halloween is my favorite holiday, so I’m focused on spooks, monsters, and things that go bump in the night today. Here are some monsters you might encounter in the workplace tomorrow. Ghosting Recruiters. The term “ghosting” first appeared in the Urban Dictionary as a term referring to dating: “quietly disappearing from someone you’ve met in …
What makes your LinkedIn profile stand out? Check out these 8 LinkedIn profile hacks to find out.
1 Million for Work Flexibility is hosting National Flex Day (#NationalFlexDay) on October 17th 2017. Their goal is to raise awareness of how flexible work can increase morale and worker loyalty, and they’d like to hear from you.
Valerie Young is the author of The Secret Thoughts of Successful Women: Why Capable People Suffer from the Impostor Syndrome and How to Thrive in Spite of It. In a previous post, I wrote about the different versions of Impostor Syndrome. Here’s one version. The Perfectionist believes that if you’re not perfect, you’re no good …