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How Office Politics Tear Your Company Apart

The Leadership Insiders network is an online community where the most thoughtful and influential people in business contribute answers to timely questions about careers and leadership. 619 more words

Commentary

Smart Ways to Improve Communication for Better Work Relationships | Business News Daily

Work relationships are an important part of your career, and one of the most critical is the relationship between a boss and an employee. Tension between you and your direct supervisor can have a devastating impact on your job satisfaction and career trajectory. 89 more words

Tools And Information

3 Signs Your Boss Isn't That Into You

Work stress abounds in today’s modern, overworked, emails-always-dinging, fast paced, dual career households. I spend a lot of time working with clients and even listening to friends talk about work difficulties. 1,007 more words

Helpful Topics

Don't Hate Me if I Say No

Saying “no” is one of the most difficult things for women to do. Why? Traditionally women have been trained to be caretakers. How many families expect the mother to take care of everything from making everyone’s beds to balancing the checkbook to organizing the school fundraiser? 577 more words

Communication

You Have the Power to Make (or Break) Someone's Day

Know the power you have

Are you a business owner, manager or a supervisor? If so, your days get pretty crazy with purchasing, strategic planning, taking care of customers, making payroll, hustling for contracts and a myriad of other important priorities necessary to make a business run. 349 more words

Communication

Daily Moments ~ misread intentions (tanka)

Life slows down
body breaks down messaging
forewarning the soul
mindfully fighting with heart
urge to purge ill thoughts

misconceptions
naively misreading
actions d’autrui
projecting their anger… 36 more words

Daily Moments

Be a squeaky wheel...(with class)

They say that the squeaky wheel gets greased. The message of this old idiom is that he who complains long enough will get what he wants. 481 more words

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