You can say it better than that!

November 1, 2018
There are common words and phrases that you may use to soften your tone, but some of them can actually make you sound less confident or less knowledgeable. Avoid these phrases.
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Sound Bites: November ’18

November 1, 2018
Cut the repetition … Keep them from tossing your card … Practicing small talk … Is the 5-second rule for real?
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1-Minute Strategies: November ’18

October 18, 2018
Just say no to Monday-morning meetings … Take a step back before changing up your breakroom … Saving or savings?
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Boost reluctant employees’ courage

October 18, 2018
Reluctant employees are often seen as resistant employees. However, their skepticism doesn’t mean they’ll refuse to take on a new role. Follow these tips to get them onboard.
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Two rules before you say cheers

October 18, 2018
What to do when it’s time for a toast.
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Sound Bites: October ’18

October 1, 2018
Remember not to memorize … We’re like, “Don’t talk like this” … People with “Coexist” bumper stickers might not be as peaceful as you think
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Empathize with working parents

September 26, 2018
Strengthen your relationship with employees, increase their loyalty to your organization and boost their morale and productivity by following this advice.
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Winter is coming—as are raging thermostat battles

September 20, 2018
A CareerBuilder survey found that 27% of office workers say their workplace is too hot and 19% say it’s too cold.
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Foster a culture of excellence

September 19, 2018
If you want your employees to excel, start by creating the right working environment, says Adam Witty, CEO of Advantage|ForbesBooks. Here are his top leadership tips for doing just that.
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Wedding invitation blues

September 14, 2018
Q. One of my workers sent me an invitation to her wedding. I really don’t want to go. I’m thinking that if I attend one employee’s wedding, I’ll be obligated to attend others’. What should I do? Just give a gift with regrets?
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