Every group of people, every circle of acquaintances, has a language all its own. Sometimes, the difficulty lies in understanding the office cliches that make up the local language of work.
Thankfully, with this infographic from Headway Capital, you don’t need a translator to decipher what everyone is saying…
Throughout your career, you will need to learn new skills for professional advancement. Each time you advance a step up the career ladder, your responsibilities change and expectations grow. For rapid advancement, you have to master your current job and learn the skills necessary to perform new tasks quickly. The faster you learn, the faster you’ll reach the top.
When it comes to your job and career, you have to learn the difference between relevant email and what might be considered wasted communication.
Small talk happens at a conference, a coffee shop, a graduation party, or a wedding. Heck, it could even happen during a job interview.
But does the thought of having to talk with someone new make you want to run fast in the other direction?
You, my friend, are in a rut. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
The reality is, we have to nurture creativity to keep our minds sharp bring some excitement back into our days…
Many college students hate the English Comp requirement. What possible good does it provide for a business or STEM major? After, it’s not like they’ll be looking for a job as a writer. In truth, however, developing strong writing skills helps you communicate clearly, professionally, and precisely. And even a well written email can set you apart from others in you field. People with strong writing skills stand a better chance of getting hired by top tier employers and, in the end, they make more money.