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How to Make and Keep Work Friends

Colleagues giving each other high-five

Studies show some people believe making friends with co-workers contributes to job satisfaction and can also be good for a career boost. For example, one third of millennials said socializing with colleagues helped them move up the career ladder, In your first job out of college, consider some of these do’s and don’ts for making and keeping friends in the workplace.

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1 week ago

The best answer I’ve ever heard to “sell me this pen”

Article written by Dailius R Wilson

Sell me this pen. Possibly the best sales one liner in history. Haven’t heard it before?

Coined by Jordan Belfort a.ka. Wolf of Wall Street – I suggest you block out 2 hours of your day to watch one of the best sales movies of all time. Don’t like movies? Read his book.

In the last ten years, I have seen more sales leaders use this question as part of their interview process to whittle out the can-dos from the can-nots.

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3 weeks ago

Breaking into the Men’s Club

WOMEN FACES

First of all I am not a Feminist (Most of the Time), or maybe I should rephrase it to be I am not a diehard Feminist ……..scratch that, that sounded worse than the first few lines so I will say categorically that I am a career woman who identifies with gender issues (amongst other issues) and I try to be a realist above anything. Breaks into a sigh of relief all this labels though, who is a feminist, who isn’t a feminist the bottom line is that I am a woman trying to soar above the rest in this Climate.
So why this topic you may ask?, it’s 2016 not 1986, The female in the work place is not limited to the receptionist or the secretary, we now have Female Presidents, Prime Ministers, The Current IMF President,
Women are now equally as powerful and successful as men , the Beijing Conference worked!

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3 weeks ago

Sage Foundation Launches US$1 Million Enterprise Fund for African Non-Profits

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Sage Foundation has announced the launch of a US$1 million Enterprise Fund, which will see non-profits in Africa receive grants between US$5,000 and US$35,000.

The Fund is aimed at non-profits in Africa that are helping to improve the lives of military veterans, young people or women and girls. It will help them generate further income, create new initiatives or enhance existing and proven activity.
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4 weeks ago

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