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    If you’re feeling overworked, you’re not alone. A survey this year finds that more than half of U.S. workers feel

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    As you scrambled to finish your work in 2014, you may not have given much thought to all

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    Mentoring is often seen as a way for a young employee to gain knowledge from an older worker,

  • How Really Successful People Handle Failure

    It’s easy to overlook the many failures that successful people have experienced. Without failure, they say, they wouldn’t

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  • The Biggest Mistakes Made in Hiring Sales People

    Companies typically spend more hiring their sales forces than any other function in an organization, yet sales managers

  • Linda Rottenberg on Overcoming Fears When Scaling Up

    When your dream of owning a successful business becomes a reality, the next step is to consider how

  • How to Deal With the Narcissist at Work

    The term “narcissism” is often misused, but if you’ve got a bona fide narcissist at work you may

  • How to Teach Any Worker to Become a Great Leader

    Managers might be overjoyed to have a team full of driven, self-motivated workers who take ownership of everything

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  • How to Identify Your Team’s Best Change Agents

    When organizations believe they must change to survive, they often bring in an outsider to drive that transformation.

  • 5 Ways to Better Manage Risk in Any Project

    Risk comes with any project, no matter the size or scope. But there are ways to not only