Even in an increasingly globalised world, words for common objects still diverge. See how much you know about British and American differences with this short quiz.
Donny Shimamoto, CPA/CITP, CGMA, has answers to common travel conundrums.
By checking email less often, and making regular use of the “delete” key, you can become far more efficient at work.
Whether you are leading an induction session or training colleagues on a new process or system, both you and your audience want to be assured time invested in training will be well spent.
Dealing with a co-worker who is too loud or an office that is too cold are common obstacles facing workers. Taking steps to defuse potentially troublesome conflicts can help offices run more smoothly.
Consider what, how, and when you communicate with your manager to build a more constructive relationship.
Humour in the workplace is a double-edged sword. It can have significant benefits, but it can also cause dysfunction. Appropriate fun follows these five guidelines.
Writing for Fast Company, Stephanie Vozza suggests a few simple rules to ensure efficient analysis.
The “but” is final, while “and” would invite collaboration to resolve the issue.
The promises made in meetings often are forgotten soon afterward, as Paul Axtell writes for Harvard Business Review.
If your to-do list keeps getting longer, regardless of how many hours you spend in the office, follow the advice of productivity expert Hayley Watts.
US CFOs spend about 15% of their workweek resolving staff personality conflicts. Making sure employees work well together is an essential skill for a CFO, but it can be a trying task.
The piece cites research that connects leaders’ displays of concern and understanding with positive impacts on satisfaction and engagement.
Steve Bustin, the founder of Vada Media, shares tips on preparing and delivering a more engaging presentation.