NEW DLE INTERN AIMS TO HONE SKILLS AND CAREER DREAMSApril 5, 2023
MEMBER COMMENTARY: TAKING ON TOXIC ROCK STARS IN THE WORKPLACEApril 5, 2023
TAKING ON OFFICE POLITICS
How should you approach office politics? Gain actionable advice from global executive and best-selling author Daphne E. Jones, who leads a high impact Career Coaching and Conversation special event for the DLE on May 2nd. Registration is quickly wrapping up for this moderated, interactive workshop, which is limited to 45 participants. Register here for your virtual seat.
WHAT’S THE FUEL FOR EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP?
The next time you need to motivate or persuade, first consider your circadian rhythm. This Inc. article recommends that you mind the clock: think about the time of day you feel most energetic and enthusiastic, even in broad terms like morning or afternoon.
LET GO OF NEGATIVITY
Holding a grudge against a co-worker is counterproductive to your career success. This Harvard Business Review article provides a step-wise process on how to release negative thoughts and emotions to move forward.
WHAT TO DO WITH A COMBUSTIVE COLLEAGUE
Dealing with a disruptive team member, whether it’s a top performer, a boss, or a peer requires specific actions. This includes addressing the behavior as a performance issue, setting boundaries, and having clear expectations. “With the right support and tools,” writes Marlene Chism in this SmartBrief article, “conflict offers an opportunity to increase communication, clarity and connection.”