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My Best Experience Thus Far in My Professional Career

by kualaonline in Work, January 27, 2015

When I received a phone call last Spring from the NAPW Corporate Office after doors really began to open up for my business, I was excited, yet a little skeptical. After a wonderful conversation with one of the staff, I realized right away that this was yes, an organization that is based on membership and fees. Moreover this was a professional group of unique women that I would eventually create some of my strongest bonds.

Finding a Job You Love

by Curious Being in Work, January 24, 2015

Learn how to identify the type of work you love to do, find your passion and follow it.

Going Through Life

by Surfiquid in Work, January 24, 2015

How did anyone know things were going to get like this?

Choosing The Right Career-the Answer Lies Within YOU

by SARGAM T. in Work, January 21, 2015

Which career is best for me?-STOP ASKING AND FIND OUT THE ANSWER.

Value Your Time and Achieve Your Goals

by Curious Being in Work, January 21, 2015

Being productive and successful starts with how you value your time.

Why MBA?

by shavkat in Work, January 18, 2015

It is a career path in our chosen career.

What’s Important in Corporate: Managing Up or Managing Down?

by Advocating Outcomes in Work, January 11, 2015

On Managing Superiors and Subordinates.

What About a Career in Artifacts

by Steven Grimes in Work, January 9, 2015

General introduction and overview to a career in archeology. From dinosaur bones to ancient artifacts, imagine a career digging up and classifying the past, going back in time to the ancient.

Thinking Using Virtual Office Space?

by Whisair in Work, January 9, 2015

At this time the virtual office space services has been widely used by some kind of office that a new adaptation, of course, with the aim to find a new atmosphere that can provide a change in behavior and improve the performance of the workers, so that in the end the company will have an advantage.

Creating a New Image in The Office

by agrant10 in Work, December 28, 2014

In the workplace you can receive great reviews and spearhead key projects and still not get promoted. When you are labeled as difficult or hard to get along with it does not matter how professional you may be, because of negative labels, you can still be labeled as unprofessional. This is why you need to be open to feedback from your supervisor. They should be able to honestly and freely tell you about your progress and development. Your supervisor should also be able to tell you what steps are needed in order to get you to the next level.

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