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The phrase, “workplace workout” should become part of your daily office routine from now on. February is National Heart Month and, considering how many hours some people spend sitting at their desks for work, it’s time to stop taking the health of our hearts for granted. Many Americans put in six to eight hours a day behind a keyboard … sit again for an hour or…


The best businesses strive to improve customer service on a daily basis on both an individual and departmental basis. Unfortunately, some try to do it without a clear customer service strategy and implementation plan. That makes it impossible to maintain meaningful relationships with their valued customers, or create strong relationships with new ones. To advance current customer service practices, business leaders must define two sets of goals….


January 28th is “National Have Fun at Work Day” which is cool except that it’s on a Saturday this year and most of America won’t be at work. They’ll be out celebrating their own “National Have Fun (Because You’re Off ) Work Day.”  However, instead of mocking the creators of “NHFAW Day” for their short-sighted plan of picking a specific day that hits on a…


Whether it’s during a job interview or a meeting, you need to always be ready to answer any question. Yet, even the most qualified professionals can blurt out an unprofessional response now and again. Too often, people answer with the timeless “I don’t know,” and inadvertently do more harm than good. To prevent this mistake from happening, use the techniques that some of the best…