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None of us can completely check our personality at the door, so we tend to bring our habits, good and bad, into the workplace with us. We can be supplicative, combative, competitive, or cooperative.

Hey, you! You -- yes, you -- might benefit from a little desk yoga.

Maximize your business efforts to ensure you provide the best service to your clients and ultimately, drive more business!  Alan Berg, recommends you ask yourself the following questions in the infogaphic to determine if you are too busy to be successful.


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What makes a good manager?

The answer may vary according to the size of the business, the industry it operates in and lots of other factors. Yet, we can find similarities between great managers: they are all leaders with a clear vision of the future and a heartfelt desire to innovate. A good leader will also influence people and know how to motivate them.

UK lighting company Juice Electrical Supplies has created a detailed infographic, which shows how to create the perfect atmosphere for a happy office.

Elements such as balancing natural and artificial lights, and choosing the right colors for the walls are some of the ways to improve productivity and happiness for employees.

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  •     Leonardo da Vinci wrote the first professional resume in 1482.
  •     Between 1930 and 1960, resumes went from being on scraps of paper to being expected – an institution.
  •     In the 1980s, VHS resumes were used!
  •     In 1983, Microsoft Word was launched – creating a new template for resumes.
  •     Video resumes hit YouTube in 2007.
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Today’s workforce is constantly evolving. From Baby Boomers to Generation Y, hard working members of society have adapted new work styles which include more technical skills, remote working and social responsibility.

Sometimes truly brilliant things are hidden in plain sight.

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Go on enough job interviews and you'll quickly learn most interviewers ask the same things. But what are employers really looking for when they ask things like "Where do you see yourself five years from now?"

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