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Learning How to Say No
Body Language / Careers and Work / Communication / Influence / Managing Stress / Relationships

Learning How to Say No

You want to be helpful at work. People come up to you and ask for your help all the time. Your boss gives you tasks because she knows you’ll get the work done on time. Your colleagues hit you up because you are one of the most knowledgeable people. The […]

Is Your Company a Patriarchy? Seven Warning Signs to Watch For
Business / Careers and Work / Leadership

Is Your Company a Patriarchy? Seven Warning Signs to Watch For

Striving to make your organization “one big happy family” won’t create the workplace utopia you hope for. Here, Daniel F. Prosser explains what a patriarchy is, why it’s bad for your company, and how to tell if you’ve created one. It sounds like a notion that should have gone the […]

Should Work Be Fun? Six Components of a Positive Workplace Culture
Business / Business & Career Opportunities

Should Work Be Fun? Six Components of a Positive Workplace Culture

and Why Your Company Needs One A positive company culture is quickly becoming a must-have for millennials who are  entering the job market. Here, Michael Houlihan and Bonnie Harvey share how to  create this environment and explain why more fun can actually mean more funds. There’s no denying that this […]

The Lavender Graduating Class of 2015 Lacks Legal Protection
Careers and Work

The Lavender Graduating Class of 2015 Lacks Legal Protection

… Moving Into The Workplace By Riley Folds College graduation season is finally here.  Students have taken their last finals, physically moving out of dorms, and transitioning mentally from being a student on campus to a professional in the workplace.  For most, this transition began months ago by attending career fairs, […]

The Craziest/Best Boss I’ve Ever Had
Business / Business & Career Opportunities / Careers and Work

The Craziest/Best Boss I’ve Ever Had

By Deanna Ricke I’ve been in corporate America for more than 25 years, and I’ve worked for a lot of bosses, many of whom I liked and respected, but no one inspired me like Georgia. Georgia taught me many things, but the most important lesson I learned from her was […]