5 Ways to Keep Your Emails Short and Sweet

Do your emails resemble novellas and come with a table of contents? We all want quicker responses to our emails, but we...

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4 Smart Tactics for Sending Emails to Recruiters

Connecting with recruiters is one of the best strategies for scoring the interview you need to get the job you want. Yet...

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Here’s How to Be a Better Collaborator at Work

“No man is an island,” the English poet John Donne once wrote. Nearly 400 years later, if you’re into creative, ambitious work,...

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4 Next-Level Email Moves to Upgrade Your Communications

Once you’ve got the basic structure of an email down pat, and you know what mistakes to avoid, it’s time to focus...

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7 Common Email Mistakes (and What to Do Instead)

Just as every email is an opportunity for professional growth, there’s also the potential to fall into common bad habits. Here are...

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6 Ways to Keep a Conversation Going

In business and networking, the end of a conversation can mean the end of an opportunity. If you don’t want to miss...

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14 Must-Have Skills for Entry-Level Workers

When you first start applying to jobs, it can be overwhelming to try and figure out what employers are looking for. There’s...

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How to Talk to a Recruiter

About a third of jobs are filled through recruiters, retained or contingent. If asked, most people think a greater percentage are filled…

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11 Things to Never Say During Your Performance Review

Between the feeling of being thrust into the spotlight, the one-on-one setting with your manager and the gravity of what’s at stake,...

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How to Ask For Help at Work When You Need It Most

What if you ask someone for help and they say no? What if your query makes you look inept? What if they...

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24 Quick Tips That Will Improve Your Writing

Every day, we write college papers, blog posts, work documents, emails and social media updates. Our writing represents who we are personally...

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A Template For Every Uncomfortable Work Email You’ll Ever Have to Send

Uncomfortable conversations are one thing. (No one likes to confront a coworker for, say, stealing credit for their work or admit to...

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