How Should Millennials Respond to Difficult People in the Workplace?

Millennials bring a different perspective to the table – and it isn’t always well received. Here’s some advice for responding to difficult people at work.

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Four Essential Leadership Ladders

Leadership ladders leave individuals and places better than before. In family, self, organization, and community, leadership ladders matter.

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The Bullet Journal: Is This Productivity Tool for You?

Regardless of how much I rely on the computer for many aspects of my life, at heart, I’m still a pen and paper person. I love notebooks and dividers. Pens and rulers. I didn’t learn until recently when I took up part-time university studies in psychology, why exactly this is. Over the past few years,…

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Are Zero Hour Contracts All That Bad?

Guest Post by Sarah Rushton Following the recent media furore regarding zero-hour contracts, the Labour Party Leader, Ed Miliband, is expected to put forward a plan to outlaw the use of zero-hour contracts should his party be elected in 2015. Unite union has estimated that up to 5.5 million workers in the UK are employed…

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The Truth About What Gen Y Really Wants at Work

Guest Post by Mona Berberich Image source Sarah is 20 years old. She’s almost done with school but she has no idea what she wants. And that doesn’t really matter because she says society doesn’t offer her the right options at this point. Her mother wants her to take a job at Big Company X. But…

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