|Original articles from Medium.|
|How to Resolve an Impasse in Your Next Meeting|
Teams argue. Stalemates happen. What distinguishes effective groups from all the others is that they do not avoid difficult conversations, and disagreements don’t wreak havoc on their relationships.
|Coping in a Negative Work Environment|
Many of you may not be in such an extreme toxic work environment that you are willing to quit your job before having secured a new one, but most will have the occasion to deal with some level of toxicity in the workplace and could benefit from a few tips on how to cope with it when it occurs.
|Taking a Break From Your Ambition to Avoid Burnout|
Sometimes, blindly following your ambition—say, taking a promotion that you don’t necessarily want—can lead you down a career path that isn’t quite right for you.
|KFC's New Colonel is a CGI Instagram Influencer|
Instead of tapping an actor for the new campaign, KFC is using a computer-generated bro called “Virtual Influencer Colonel.”
|How to Spot a Toxic Work Culture While Interviewing|
If you're switching jobs, make sure your new employer doesn't have a broken culture. Here's how.
|The Top Reasons Your Best Employees Leave|
Managers tend to blame their turnover problems on everything under the sun, while ignoring the crux of the matter: people don’t leave jobs; they leave managers. The sad thing is that this can easily be avoided.
|How Introverts Can Prepare for Job Interviews|
Small talk and self-promotion may be an introvert’s nightmare, but their inclination toward observation and listening can work in their favor.
|The Washington Post's Super Bowl Ad Caused Some Controversy|
In its first Super Bowl ad ever, The Washington Post celebrated the important role journalists play in society, and the risks they take to do so.
|Digging Out of a Creative Rut|
A creative rut is often the result of not being stretched or challenged. These six simple strategies can help you bust out of your rut.
|What Happens to Your 401(k) When You Change Jobs|
Leaving a job is rarely a simple process. Chief among your concerns should be what to do with your 401(k) to avoid losing your savings or enrolling in multiple plans.
|Your Guide to Making Better Resolutions in 2019|
Only about 8% of Americans reportedly keep their New Year’s resolutions. So if you want 2019 to be the year your resolutions stay intact, here are some of our best tips.
|Managing Seven Common Workplace Stressors|
Workplace stress can impact your mental and physical health. Here are some tips on how to handle it.
|KFC Selling Fire Log That Smells Like its Chicken|
If the smell of Kentucky Fried Chicken roasting on an open fire appeals to you, you’re in luck.
|Conversation Tips for Your Office Holiday Party|
Avoid putting your foot in your mouth when chatting with your boss or coworkers at your holiday party, and maybe even help advance your career in the process.
|Why Retirement Needs to be Reinvented|
Retirement is the #1 financial worry with 65% of Americans worried about it and a majority thinking about it 4 times per week. The core problem is uncertainty - people have no idea how much they need, because we have created a system around building assets instead of income.
|George Orwell Predicted How to Tweet Effectively|
The author created a set of writing guidelines that are more valuable today than when he created them.
|10 Ways to Make Working From Home More Productive|
Performance matters more than presence, so here are simple ways to get a lot more done in a lot less time.
|7 Things You Didn't Know About Tabasco Sauce|
Developed in 1868 by Edmund McIlhenny, Tabasco sauce has been a mainstay on tables and countertops for 150 years.
|Seven Keys to Working From Home|
The evidence is ample now that working from home is a big productivity boost. The biggest downside--isolation and loneliness--is manageable and employers are rapidly at least experimenting with a mix of remote and in-office time.
|The Do's and Don'ts of Twitter Hashtags|
When used correctly, hashtags can be an effective way to grow your reach, encourage engagement, and get discovered on Twitter.
|Why It's (Mostly) Ok to Have a Different Personality at Work|
Is bringing your “true self” to work always the best idea? Yes, and no.
|Seven Keys to Working From Home|
So the time for working from home has come, but how to make the most of that time? It's a job skill like any other that requires development.
|11 Hacks to Find Instagram Fame|
Engagement rates for brands on most social networks are less than 0.1%, but Instagram blows them all away.