4 Reasons Why to Document Your Work Wins

4 Reasons Why to Document Your Work Wins

Looking to get noticed by leadership, land a promotion, or obtain a new job? Then you’re going to want to track and document your work wins! If you’re wondering what work wins are, below are some examples: “Kudos” emails or messages Project work, especially where you’ve made a considerable impact (especially financially) Awards or recognition received  Verbal gratitude and positive mentions...

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5 Tips for Giving Critical (But Effective) Feedback

5 Tips for Giving Critical (But Effective) Feedback

Over the course of our careers, we will encounter many situations where we’re asked to provide feedback. Some examples include during a performance review, assessing a client presentation, or evaluating a work proposal. In these types of situations, giving feedback in the workplace can be intimidating. And while the term ‘feedback’ often invokes a negative connotation, the reality is that it can...

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How to Get Hired at a Top Company

How to Get Hired at a Top Company

Fortune recently came out with its annual list of “100 Best Companies to Work For,” based on employee survey responses. Seeing lists such as these is informative because it gives us an opportunity to learn more about the companies in terms of their growth, demographics, and culture. We also get to understand the reasons behind why they made a top company list such as Fortune’s, which can vary...

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5 Ways to Protect Your Time & Energy at Work

5 Ways to Protect Your Time & Energy at Work

Is protecting your time and energy in the workplace an afterthought? It used to be for me. Early on in my career, I succumbed to letting my work take priority and run my life. That meant no boundaries, less time for myself, and poor health habits. But working in the corporate world for 10+ years, I now know what it means to protect your time and energy. The reality is that no one is going to be...

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