The Office Argument: How to Clean Up after an Office Blow Up
Four Ways to Rebuild and Reconnect
Red faces. Chairs kicked. Icy silence. Shouting matches. Sputtering, blistering-mad employees throwing their company badges on the table and walking out (or at least threatening to walk). A new curse word added to your lexicon here and there.
Have you witnessed office arguments like these?
I know I have.Maybe you’ve even been in one.
3 Smart Strategies for Finding a Mentor
Finding a mentor is one of the most important finds you can make.
Julie, my church youth leader in high school, was such a mentor. She was fun. She could laugh at herself, even at her few extra pounds and love lost on what seemed a never-ending string of almost boyfriends.
She was wise beyond her years, coaching me to focus on my studies (unless there was something more interesting going on), and to wear the skirts with the longer hemlines when I came to church.
9 Ways to Beat Boredom at Work
How to Re-Engage When You’re Dis-Engaged
Yes, you can do your job with your eyes closed and head nodding to the beat of your trendy playlists, on autopilot all the way.
Hmmm, time for a new challenge? As you contemplate that possibility, and all that a job hop could entail, you are likely feeling a little less than motivated today.
Yet, you’re a well-intentioned, “give them the best that I’ve got” kind of employee, and well, maybe feel a little guilty about the number of times you sneak a peek at the clock or fly by LinkedIn job postings.