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Career Coach: What You Do at Night Says A Lot About How You’ll Do in the Day.

A groggy workforce is a challenge to organizations anywhere in the world, and it's especially bad here in the United States.

Here Are 13 Workplace Distractions Robbing You of Productivity (And How to Fix Them)

Distractions are a fact of life, but there are definitely ways to optimize your office and minimize their effect.

When Less is More on Your Resume

Your resume is a marketing tool, not your life history. Sometimes less is more – but this doesn’t mean you have to cram everything onto one page using slim margins and a tiny font.

How to Recognize and Prevent Burnout in a Startup

Workplace burnout is a problem in every industry and trade, especially in startups. You can combat this issue with group activities and opportunities for growth and work-life balance. Happy employees make growth possible, so keep your creative self-starters satisfied.

Women in Manufacturing Push Girls Toward Industrial Careers

Although nearly half of those in the nation's workforce are women, just 27 percent of those working in manufacturing are, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Managers, How Are You Investing Your Time?

By Dave Brock Business2Community I couldn’t believe what I was hearing on the phone. It was a frustrated sales person looking for help. She had reached out after reading some blogs, asking me to be a sounding board for some deals she was struggling with.…

Can’t Get a Promotion? Here Are 6 Other Ways to Get Ahead

Asking for a promotion at regular intervals is pretty easy. Growing professionally in today's work world requires fresh thinking, new kinds of effort and a modicum of courage.

How Can A CFO Become a More Strategic Business Partner?

Time, issue recognition, data and ability to lead change. But how can a CFO get to that level? Some of these factors are technology enabled.

5 Ways Running Can Make You A Better Leader

Leadership goes beyond drawing on your contacts, to actively contributing to building that community - and the running community is full of examples of people giving back in support of those with similar aims, from marshals, to coaches, to race organizers, to cheerers.