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Starting Meetings with These 3 Questions Will Help You Focus

by AnnaMarie Houlis via Fairygodboss | October 03, 2018

Oprah Winfrey starts every meeting with the same three questions. Find out here what they are and why they're so effective.

4 Takeaways from Starbucks' Racial-Bias Training

by Derek Loosvelt | May 29, 2018

On Tuesday, Starbucks closed 8,000 stores so employees could attend a racial-bias training. Here are our takeaways from the retail giant's closings and training.

These 5 Types of Employees Are Toxic for Teams

by Candace Alnaji via Fairygodboss | February 14, 2018

types of employees that are bad for teams

The Right Things to Tell Your Boss When You're Late

by Annamarie Houlis via Fairygodboss | February 06, 2018

what to tell your boss when you're late

How Making a Mistake in the Interview Could Land You the Job

by Isabel Sperry | October 17, 2017

Spilling coffee on yourself in an interview can actually help you get the job. How? Find out here.

What Leaders Can Do to Prevent Disrespect in Their Organizations

by Rosanne J. Thomas | October 02, 2017

Organizations are defined by the behaviors their management model and allow. With studies showing that respect is what employees want most on the job, we've summed up the five ways leadership can set a zero-tolerance stance on disrespect in their organizations.

Should You Pay for Leadership Training?

by Jeriann Watkins Ireland | July 19, 2017

Applying for management can be stressful, and being passed over can be frustrating. But should you pay to learn how to be a better leader?

How Managing Up Can Advance Your Career

by Jon Minners | December 12, 2016

The idea of “managing up” may sound like too much work, but it is not a hassle at all. It may actually enhance your current job and prepare you for a better career path in the future.

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