Over the past year, I studied what people were posting on Facebook and how often they were posting. What I found was quite revealing.
There are four types of Facebook personalities. You may know some of them already but what you may not know is what’s hidden underneath the surface.
Most people believe that sociopaths are dangerous criminals and, while that maybe true, there are many sociopaths that are not. You may not realize this but you probably are working with one. While a licensed professional can truly diagnose this disorder, the following are characteristics of a sociopath at work...
Since 2011, the use of video interviewing has risen by 49%. Chances are that your next interview will take place over the internet. To make sure you set yourself up for a successful video interview, here are top ten video interview tips that you need to know.
Whether it’s because of salary, job title, job responsibilities – you name it – many people are just not happy at work; especially, when they feel trapped that they can’t find another job. So I went on a quest to find out, "does happiness at work exist?" And when I say happiness, I do mean happy...
From finger pointing to co-workers that bully, at one point or another, we all have experienced working in a hostile environment. The question is: what do you do about it? Some folks would say “find another job” while others say “fight back." Irrespective of which route you choose, a hostile environment is emotionally draining.
You know who you are. Always checking your phone every five minutes even though you know nothing has changed since the last time you checked. Hitting the refresh button to see if someone new has appeared online or posted a new comment.
From calling in sick because you’re hung over to saying that report is done when it’s not, many of us have, at one point or another, fibbed to our boss or co-workers about something.
The question is how can you tell when people are lying to you?
Progressing within a company is similar to rock climbing. It’s important to have great mentors and surround yourself with people that want to see you succeed. Also, keep in mind that moving up may mean that you move laterally. Just make sure that you know what you are getting yourself into; otherwise, you may be propelling onto a tree.
Many of us remember our worst leaders and for some of us we still are working with them. Below are 7 signs to find out if you are reporting into a bad leader. Feel free to respond with other signs that you think are worthy noting.
Many personality type assessment models like Carl Jung's Psychology Types, Myers Briggs Personality Types Theory, the DISC model, etc., have been developed over the years but the most commonly known out of these models is Andrew Goldsmith's Theory - Type A and Type B Personality.
Over these next few weeks, organizations will kick-off their company holiday party. And every year, there is someone that makes a big mistake they regret the next day. Here are the top 5 big mistakes you don't want to make during your holiday party.
Most folks don't think about this but our childhood experiences (good or bad) shape how we think and accept new concepts. That said, I've outlined below nostalgic experiences by generation that helps when considering new technology in an organization.
Research shows that birth order has a lot of influence on how we behave in the workplace. Whether we like it or not, we unconsciously create a family environment at work. Sometimes it resembles our personal family dynamic and sometimes it resembles the ideal family dynamic we never had.
Online profiles have increased over the last two decades. Whether you're looking for love, reconnecting with friends, or finding a job, online profiles have become an essential tool in the digital age to market and brand yourself.
Many people have psychologically separated social networking sites such as, LinkedIn is for business, Facebook is for home, and Twitter is for Gen Y.
What people don't realize is that the separations of these sites are becoming blurred because hiring managers are looking at the entire candidate, and not just what's on a resume.