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Dig Deep to Stay On Top of Your Career Game

By Tara Veysey on June 11, 2015

When the weather, equipment, opponent, crowds and their own physical condition seem be working against them, top athletes find the way to dig deep, overcome the adversity of the moment and win the match. Here are five traits athletes demonstrate that you can employ to help you dig deep and win in your career.

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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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Three Ways to Spark a Stalled Job Search

By Lee Hecht Harrison on April 17, 2015

Conducting a job search can be intense—even overwhelming. To avoid falling into that trap, the most successful job seekers are those who approach the search just as they would any work project—breaking down a large project into manageable subprojects so that their strategy is focused and takes them to their goals. In order to achieve […]

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Problem-Solver or Complainer? Three Ways to Know When It’s Time to Ask for Help

By Lee Hecht Harrison on March 24, 2015

Managers want problem solvers on their team, not complainers. But sometimes conflicts with co-workers are not easily resolved, obstructing organizational productivity, innovation and collaboration. While conflict in the workplace is common, addressing it can be very uncomfortable. Ask yourself these questions before approaching your supervisor to know if you’ve done all you can to resolve the issue.

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