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Four Tips for Maintaining a Professional Tone in a Casual Workplace

By Lee Hecht Harrison on June 29, 2015

The new generation of workers is drawn to a workplace that reflects their own culture and values. As a result, a more casual, transparent workplace is becoming commonplace, requiring companies to loosen their ties and rethink the traditional corporate environment. Here are four tips for managing employees in a casual environment that will help you walk the fine line between stodgy and unprofessional.

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Three Ways You Can Build Stronger Work Relationships

By Lee Hecht Harrison on April 30, 2015

Making coworkers feel as if a simple request is a major imposition—or not responding at all—simply makes everything a little bit harder. And with today’s workforce more reliant on technology, effective collaboration via email and other communication platforms is critical. Here are some immediate actions you can take to ensure you’re responsive—and providing the best service possible to your fellow coworkers and creating the foundation for strong and mutually beneficial relationships.

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What It Takes To Be A Great Mentor

By Lee Hecht Harrison on March 3, 2015

To institute a successful mentor program, organizations must identify mentors who model the right behaviors and are committed to devoting the time necessary to develop a meaningful and constructive relationship with their mentee. Here are three of the top qualities of an effective business mentor.

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