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Mastering the Skill of Composure: How to Stay Poised Under Pressure

Eat Your Career

It’s no secret that the workplace is stressful. But, as a professional, you can’t let it get to you. When dealing with high-pressure situations, your demeanor can have a dramatic impact on your success—for better or worse. Showing your feelings in the wrong way can undermine your credibility.

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A Review Of: One Aldwych

The Assistant Room

Located at the centre of Covent Garden, London’s most exciting neighbourhood and opposite the Lyceum Theatre - home of The Lion King, One Aldwych is one of the very few hotels in London that can say it is truly independent. Read our full review of the hotel here.

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Microaggressions May Be Subtle, But Their Impact Is Not


Microaggressions refer to the less-obvious, subtle references to stereotypes based on a person’s identity or background. .

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The Financial Benefits of Thinking Like an Entrepreneur


I wasn’t the best with money. So, when I was about 13, my father opened a brokerage account for me. He believed you’re never too young to understand money —particularly investing.

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Elevating the Virtual Interviewing Experience

How do you break through the digital barrier when conducting a virtual interview and share your exceptional self? Think in unconventional ways to elevate the virtual interviewing experience.

7 Tips For A Successful Black Friday Marketing Campaign

Jennie Lyon

The holiday season is a critical time for businesses, large and small. And while the post-Thanksgiving shopping bonanza known as Black Friday has become increasingly important in recent years, it’s also become more competitive.

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Ep 187: Jamie Vanek on Restoring Respectability to the Assistant Role

Go Burrows

Jamie Vanek made the unexpected career leap from teaching to construction in 2007 and discovered a passion for project management and team leadership.

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11 Genius Tips to Be More Decisive


These 11 entrepreneurs, all members of The Oracles, have reached the top of their game in large part by making better decisions faster than anyone else. We’ve asked each of them for their tips on how to make decisions rapidly—and stick to them. Sometimes good enough is perfect.

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Episode 443: Robin Hills talks about Resilience


This week I had Robin Hills on the show to talk about resilience. He’s the author of the Authority Guide to Emotional Resilience in Business Strategies to Manage Stress and Weather Storms in the Workplace.

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Better Manage Communication with Habit Stacking

Jen Lawrence

Most of us struggle to keep up with the constant influx of communication – emails, texts, chat messages, and social media. It’s a lot of conversing that can be disruptive to our productive flow and overwhelm our desire to socialize.

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Future Of Work Events In October That You Shouldn’t Miss


Keep up with emerging trends and create valuable connections at these future of work, flexible workspace, and workplace industry events. . At Allwork.Space, keeping our audience engaged in all things office, design, leadership, coworking and technology is extremely important. .

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Mandatory COVID Vaccination Policy Template

The federal government is developing a rule requiring employers with more than 100 employees ensure their workers are vaccinated or produce a negative COVID test weekly before entering the workplace. So, what can your organization do to prepare? Get Paycor’s COVID Vaccination Policy Template to help communicate important details to your employees.

The Right Conversation About Sustainable Living


“Children in Africa are starving,” goes the dinner-table proverb. It’s a saying parents invented to beguile picky children into eating their crusts or preventing too many leftovers from cluttering up the refrigerator.

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Podcast Interview with Bonnie Low-Kramen hosted by Jeffrey Smith: Canadian HR Reporter – Navigating Toxic Work Environments

Bonnie Low-Krayman

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A Peek Behind the Curtain: Administrative Functions of an Office

Team: Solo Admin

Most people only see the surface of what goes on in an office. They see co-workers typing away at their computers, walking to meetings, and perhaps getting coffee from the. Read More. The post A Peek Behind the Curtain: Administrative Functions of an Office appeared first on Team: Solo Admin.

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Productivity Paranoia Is Killing Your Nerves And Your Team’s Morale. Here’s How To Avoid It


Managers think that lost productivity is due to employees not working — even though the hours worked, number of meetings, and other activity metrics have actually increased, according to Microsoft. .

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What Not to Wear to an Interview


I have hired hundreds of employees right out of school over the years as the founder and CEO of a Silicon Valley-based manufacturing company. However qualified—and they’re all highly educated and extremely talented—one of the most common mistakes I see is wardrobe choice.

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Tips for New Virtual Assistants ?

Karen Vivarelli

Congrats! You’ve started your new business as a VA. But you might be feeling underprepared and overwhelmed? Is this you?

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A Roundtable Discussion with Toyota North America

Admin Awards

Every morning that an Admin’s feet hit the ground they start their impossible. So you can imagine how excited we were when Toyota Motor North America came to us with the idea for a new Admin Award, the Start Your Impossible Award.

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The Current Economy Could Impact Rebuilding After Hurricane Ian


Hurricane Ian, one of the most powerful hurricanes to hit Florida, Cuba and surrounding areas, has finally eased up. In the aftermath of the storm, rebuilding what was destroyed is a long and painful process.

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Diversity Is Our Strength with Minda Harts


When Minda Harts began her blog, The Memo , she had no idea it would become a best-selling book and the foundation to her career development business.

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Social Media Content Ideas For October

Karen Vivarelli

Have you finally written that killer content strategy plan but just need a little inspiration and kick-start your creativity? Look, we have all been there before where some days it’s easier to write than others. Like the ideas pour out of your head and onto the keyboard without a moment’s rest.

Remote Work Has Greatly Benefitted Disabled Workers


After becoming paralyzed in 2009, Beka Anardi never thought about working again…until the pandemic started in 2020. As remote work became the norm, Anardi realized she could continue working as a recruiter.

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Job Openings Are Significantly Decreasing In The US


This last August US job openings fell by the most in nearly 2.5 years, but demand for labor is still high. August’s decline was the largest decline since April of 2020, just as the economy began to suffer from the first wave of the pandemic.

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Women Are Twice As Likely To Be Asked About Their Kids Or To Make Tea In The Workplace


A recent poll has found that gender biased language is rampant within UK workplaces. Women were asked to make tea or coffee almost three times (42%) more than men (16%).

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What Is The Quantum Internet And Its Impact On The Future Of Work?


The quantum internet could revolutionize online communications. . Researchers predict quantum computers will be capable of quickly solving real-world problems that would take today’s fastest supercomputers billions of years to solve.

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Want To Work In The World’s Greatest Office? Here’s What It Would Be Like


SC Johnson’s administration building and research tower in Racine, Wisconsin, has become well-known for being a one-of-a-kind corporate headquarter building. The administration building’s “Great Workroom” was designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s, showcasing a unique approach to office design.

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An American Recession Might Be Beneficial For Emerging Economies


The US is bracing for an impending recession, which actually might be what’s needed allow for a decline in real US interest rates, and a reliable weakening of the dollar.

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Kim Kardashian Fails To Disclose Crypto Advertisement Details, Will Have To Pay $1.26 Million Settlement


Kim Kardashian’s cryptocurrency promotional Instagram post violated the Securities and Exchange Commission’s guidelines, and she is paying the price for it. In June of 2021 she posted a paid advertisement on her Instagram story for EMAX tokens, a crypto asset sold by EthereumMax.

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Employee Happiness Should Be A Top Priority; These 200 Companies Are Doing It Right


Worker stress reached an all-time high last year, and only about a third of employees say their overall well-being is thriving, according to Gallup’s State of the Global Workplace report.

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Here’s How To Actually Implement Diversity, Equity And Inclusion Practices In The Workplace


When leaders ensure that their workplace fosters comprehensive DE&I strategies (and actually follows through with them), it creates high levels of innovation, creativity and collaboration.

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Markets Around The World Are Showing Signs Of An Oncoming Recession


According to research firm Ned Davis, there’s now a 98% chance of a global recession.

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Quiet Quitting Isn’t The Real Threat – Managers Should Be Worried About Quick Quitting


Quiet quitting seems to be all the rage — employees meeting their workplace expectations, then leaders forming strong opinions on why this isn’t enough. . But a starker trend has already penetrated the workplace that executives should be worried about: quick quitting. .

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Going Back To The Basics: Workers Want Better Health Benefits


New analysis from the Bupa Wellbeing Index reveals that the top workplace benefits are even simpler than previously thought. . According to the Bupa Wellbeing Index, the most desired workplace benefits were: . Flexible work arrangements (53%) . Pension scheme (46%) . Health insurance (39%) .

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81% Of Gen Z Think Sharing Their Salary Will Create Change


Although salary transparency can help reduce the gender pay gap, older generations are more likely to feel like discussing pay is discouraged in their workplaces. . 81% of Gen Z respondents see honesty as being good for pay equality, compared to 28% of Baby Boomers. .

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5 Strategies to Cultivate an Optimistic Outlook at Work


Mindset is everything. Let’s face it: You can rarely control everything happening around you, especially at work. However, you can control how you react to things emotionally. With an optimistic outlook, your mind will be in the right space to face the challenges of your day-to-day life.

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Are You Working to Live? with Jen Gitomer


After climbing the corporate ladder and working excessively long days, author and sales strategy business coach Jen Gitomer decided she was done living to work.

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