A Networking Guide for Introverts

It's actually the quiet ones who often draw the most attention.” - Amy Efaw



Work is nothing without words. Here is a way to learn new ones.

How often do you see or hear a word that you’ve never heard before? English might be more confusing to learn than some other languages, but even the fluent discover words worth adding to their own vocabulary. 


How to stay motivated on long work trips

It begins with plenty of excitement and enthusiasm, but long work trips can often become tiresome and unproductive. Here are a few tips to keep you motivated when working away from home.


Persuade your colleagues to help…nicely

People can be more open to giving you a hand if they feel obliged to return a favour. A bit of planning can put you into a good position to find help when you next need it.


The best time to send email

Various studies show that certain times of the day are more likely to solicit a response from recipients, but that data is sometimes conflicting.


Rising Above Office Politics

Telling yourself, "I don't engage in office politics, I tell it like it is," is a dumb tactic that will get you into trouble, says Robbie Abed.


MS Powerpoint gives way to Sway

The only way we could possibly be wrenched away from Powerpoint would be by another Microsoft application built to actually replace it.


Cool Features in Windows 10

It may be a little while before Windows 10 is rolled-out across your corporate network, nonetheless here are some things to look forward to.

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