Tag: Career Center

“We Didn’t Give Ourselves the Trophies” — Millennials

Are millenials the “trophy generation”? Find out how to manage millenials with facts and takeaways

Squad Goals: How to Improve Your Team Chemistry

Working in a team setting can either be great or the exact opposite. These tips will improve your team chemistry.

Multigenerational Workplace Challenge: Develop Healthy Conflict Resolution Skills

Originally published 15 September 2017 by Lindsey Pollak Disagreement in the workplace is inevitable, particularly when you are passionate about what you do. Add in generational differences and discord can become all but certain. But […]

The Mistakes That are Killing Your First Impression

Originally posted 26 May 2017 By Lindsey Pollak “You never get a second chance to make a good first impression.” It’s one of the most clichéd pieces of advice. That’s because it’s true — especially […]

More Career Advice Nobody Talks About: Everybody Bombs

Originally posted 9 May 2017 by Lindsey Pollak Lately I’ve been watching a lot of documentaries – in March, it was  backup singers in 20 Feet from Stardom, and this month it’s stand-up comedians in […]

How to Lower Stress at Work

Originally posted by Lindsey Pollack 24 March 2017 What stresses out your employees? Deadlines? A never-ending to-do list? An overflowing inbox? While the concept of work-life integration is designed to reduce workplace stress, sometimes it […]

The Most Important Career Advice Nobody Talks About

Originally published by Lindsey Pollak 14 March 2017 Have you seen the documentary 20 Feet from Stardom? I recently watched it (a little late, I know), and I was struck by several insights applicable to success […]

The Art of Giving and Receiving Feedback at Work

Originally published by Lindsey Pollak 24 February 2017 Do you wonder if you’re giving your employees feedback that can help them excel at their jobs — and feel more included? Chances are, we could all improve […]

The Importance of Saying ‘No’ at Work

Originally published by Lindsey Pollak 13 January 2017

Nope, this post isn’t about my “word of the year.” (If you haven’t read about the word I chose for 2017, get the scoop here!) Instead, it’s about another word I believe everyone should employ to be more productive – and quite likely more sane. That’s the word “no.”