What Kind of Follower Are You?
Gordy Curphy quotes Bob Dylan and talks about being a follower. Despite its negative connotation, in the workplace you don't have a choice about being a Follower - but you do have a choice in what kind of Follower you are. Knowing that will help you... (More)
Innovation at the Speed of Laughter
John Sweeney, of Brave New Workshop, reads from his book "Innovation at the Speed of Laughter." His excerpt gives excellent advice on improving your personal abilities to succeed and achieve in the modern workplace.
Nicole Williams talks about "Rescue Fantasies." Knowing that your daydreams are healthy, and knowing what you can learn from them, is a great way to know your ambitions.
When Did You Feel Motivated?
Carole Martin asks "When have you been most motivated?" Once you find that answer, you'll do better at interviews and in your job. To find that answer, Carole offers some wonderful personal exercises.
3 Rules of Networking
Joan Lloyd talks about how important it is to network and meet new people. She also addresses the difficulties of social networking and the three simple rules to follow in order to create solid relationships and to use them respectfully to get what... (More)
Sue Morem discusses gender interaction in the workplace and how to handle the boundaries and stereotypes without having to act unnatural.
Hoof in the Mouth Hal
John Putzier, author of Weirdos in the Work Place, responds to Curious Katie and helps her figure out how to deal with her business partner and stop him from ruining business deals and hurting their company's reputation.
Cover Up the Body Art
John Putzier, author of Weirdos in the Work Place, answers a reader's question about discrimination against tattoos and body piercing. His answer is crucial to know, even if you aren't covered with tattoos.
Improving Your Improv
Gary Cohen shares the tips of improv experts, along with some useful techniques, that are guaranteed to help during interviewing. These skills will help you ask better questions and remain in control during the entire process.