37 Results for "communication skills"
9 Trite Phrases to Stop Using in Work Emails (and What to Use Instead)
It’s hard to write original, authentic, and cordial work emails, but easy to use overused, insincere phrases. Here are nine trite phrases to eliminate from your emails—and why you need to cut them out.
7 Verbs Leaders Need on Their Resumes
According to HR professionals, here are the best leadership verbs to use on a resume and why including them will get you noticed.
5 Lines That'll Make Interviewers Think You're Trying Too Hard
You've prepped for your interview and know exactly what to say. But have you thought about what not to say? Here are five lines that can make you sound like you're trying too hard, so avoid them the best you can.
How to Write a Networking Email That Gets a Response Every Time
Tired of sending networking emails that don't get a response? If you follow these five steps, you'll be on your way to networking success.
5 Tips for Addressing a Layoff on a Resume or Cover Letter
Not sure how to talk about a layoff on your resume or cover letter? Follow these five bits of advice to effectively navigate this tricky topic.
3 Things You're Doing Wrong When Giving Performance Feedback to Your Team
Performance feedback is just as hard to give as to receive. Here are three things managers are likely doing wrong when giving critical feedback to employees.
How to Answer the “Where Do You See Yourself in Five Years?” Interview Question
No need to panic if your five-year trajectory is more panic-inducing than magical. We've peered into our crystal ball for advice on how to answer this interview question.
3 Tips for Dealing When Two Coworkers Hate Each Other and You're Caught in the Middle
If you find ourselves caught in the middle of a workplace battle between coworkers, here are three things you can to manage this tricky situation.