You’re principled, organized, and driven – so why, as an INFJ, are you not encouraged to pursue leadership roles? The INFJ’s steady reputation often earns us positions of responsibility such as life coach, counselor, or employee relations officer; but positions of actual authority tend to evade us (or we avoid them). It’s an odd one, … More Should an INFJ Accept a Management Position?
Choosing someone to be a business partner can seem like a daunting task. Do you go for that friend you’ve known since high school or a family member? How about that ex-colleague, or maybe even a complete stranger? With so much to consider it’s clear to see why 80% of business partnerships fail. With the right … More How To Choose a Business Partner
LinkedIn appears to be a pretty intuitive platform when you first sign up, but if you’re serious about using the professional networking site to meaningfully develop your career then it requires a bit more thought than maintaining your regular social profiles. While some of the recommended improvements are cosmetic and some are about building deeper … More 11 tips for becoming a LinkedIn power user
Ever heard of William Moulton Marston? Chances are you haven’t – yet he’s had a bigger impact on workplace culture and the perception of women than his low profile suggests. And what’s unique about Marston’s achievements is that he fought for what he believed in on so many levels at once. Continue reading at Business … More How to identify your professional superpowers
Whether you work from your home or a busy office, your desk and everything around it should be carefully arranged to make you feel as creative, energized and stress-free as possible. You see, when you treat your desk as an obligatory layover between your breakfast counter and an evening on the couch, you fill it … More 12 Desk Hacks To Make You More Productive At Work
What’s worse than conflict in the workplace? Unresolved conflict. Bottling up the feelings you get from workplace injustice, incompetence, or disrespect can lead to stress, health problems, and reduced productivity – not to mention the ongoing professional damage being done by whatever the contentious issue is. On the other hand, confronting the person with whom you have … More How to face up to conflict at work
Communication is a major but underrated factor in most jobs. While face-to-face or phone interaction can seem intuitive, when it comes to sending a professional email, there is a whole new level of etiquette and technique of which you need to be sure. Continue reading at Classy Career Girl.