Have you ever found yourself in a sticky business situation?
Did you know that people form an impression about you in only four seconds, according to an article on NBC’s Today.com?
Does giving a presentation to senior management turn you into a wreck? Are you sleepless in Seattle — or Chicago — or New York — for a week (or a month) before that presentation?
The other day, I met with a business acquaintance at a local coffee shop with lovely outdoor seating. My colleague arrived early, and was already sitting outside with her latte when I got there.
Although the business letter is not quite dead, in many cases it has been replaced by the ubiquitous, instantaneous and ever efficient e-mail.
There are many occasions where you might still need to make use of a formal business letter...
I read a terrific article on Entrepreneur.com about business etiquette: "Fifteen Business Etiquette Rules. The tips given included many for business lunches, frequently known as “power lunches.”
Relationships are one of the keys to advancement and success within any industry. Building strong relationships with co-workers, employers, and industry leaders can provide the support and the opportunities you need to reach your career goals.
Can you say "no" at work or elsewhere in your life, or does it make you feel guilty?