The more we learn, the more we realize we don’t know.
Ever heard the expression that you should dress for the job you want, and not the one you have? Clearly, talent and hard (smart) work are the most important determinants of professional success, but there are smaller, less subtle details that can weigh in your favor when all else is equal; among them being dress and personal appearance.
As I’ve mentioned on this blog, I like to keep things as light and humorous as possible. That’s true in my personal life, and not markedly different in a professional environment. To me, keeping it light helps keep it in […]
A meeting can be very productive. A meeting can be a veritable nightmare. A lot depends on the professionalism of the participants.
I’ve devised a list that I think provides a broad but helpful guide that, if followed by meeting attendees, will result in a quality meeting where objectives can be met, and the tearing out of hair by its roots by participants can be greatly reduced, if not eliminated.