Category: Workplace Attitude

Maintaining a good attitude in the workplace
  • Ethical Leadership
    • All leadership is responsible for influencing followers to perform an action, complete a task, or behave in a specific manner. Ethical leadership requires ethical leaders. If leaders are ethical, they can ensure that ethical practices are carried out throughout the organization.
  • Get Promoted!
    • This article offers helpful advice for how to get promoted in your job.
  • How to Accept Criticism While at Work
    • Constructive criticism is a key part of any job. Through this article, learn how to accept criticism and do your job as well as possible.
  • How to Be Happy at Work
    • Follow these few simple steps to make your working hours less stressful and more fun.
  • How To Get Promoted: 9 Tips
    • This article contains 9 simple tips to help you get promoted.
  • How to Make a Good Impression at Work
    • With some simple steps, you should be able to make a great impression at work, whether it's your first day or if you've been working there for years.
  • How to Reinvent Your Career
    • When soul-searching, you may find you want to reinvent your career. Read this article for tips.
  • How to Resolve a Conflict at Work
    • Unresolved conflicts make people unhappy at work and can result in antagonism, break-down in communications, inefficient teams, stress and low productivity. Here are the essential steps to constructively resolve conflicts at work.
  • How to Respond to a Job Performance Review
    • The way that you respond to a performance review says a lot about your character and influences the next review.
  • How to Stay Active at Work
    • Sometimes you feel tired or have no idea what to do at office even if you have loads of work to finish. May be you don't have enough work to keep you busy the whole day. This article offers some helpful advice.
  • How to Succeed in Your Work
    • This book covers a variety of topics: how to Succeed in Your Work, how to write a resume, how to apply for a job, how to groom for an interview, how to appraise your work progress, how to manage a meeting, how to prepare a report, time management, managing stress, and how to work as a manager and how to decide if you should change jobs.
  • Marketing Ex-Offenders
    • Placing ex-offenders in meaningful employment can be thought of as essentially a marketing activity. Just as architects, manufacturers, Realtors, and bankers market their products and services to the home building industry, so too can ex-offenders with their skill and abilities be marked as a "product," that is, as potentially valuable employees.
  • Moving Up the Ladder: 10 Strategies for Getting Yourself Promoted
    • Some career experts say that the day you start a new job you should begin planning for your next job. Here are 10 strategies to help get yourself promoted from your current job to the next.
  • New Jobs
    • This article contains eight simple tips to remember when starting a new job.
  • Public Relations & Ex-Offenders
    • Public relations holds a unique position in the marketing approach to creating employment opportunities for ex-offenders. Because of its nature, "PR" can play a major part in almost every aspect of a placement program.