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BE HAPPY, HERE’S HOW
Want to raise your level of happiness at work and beyond? MIT professors recommend four actions that will brighten your day based on research shared in this article.
THE MAGNETIC POWER OF IN-PERSON CONNECTIONS
Researchers Hanna Tervanotko and Helen Dixon make the case that in-person exchanges can significantly enhance creativity. People are more authentic in their expression, likely to speak up and ask questions. Here’s what they uncovered.
SEVEN FEARS CHOKING THE WORKPLACE
Fears of decision-making, taking responsibility, public speaking, layoffs, making mistakes, being disliked by a boss or coworkers and work overload were identified as the seven most common workplace anxieties, reports Forbes. Career coach Caroline Castrillon offers advice for turning fear into motivation so that workplace anxiety doesn’t throttle your career development.
INTERVIEW TIPS FOR TOP SLOTS
Presentation is everything when applying for a top-level job, cites Fast Company. Mind your body language by actively listening and showing passion, as well as asking insightful follow-up questions. Career coach Tim Madden offers suggestions for answering questions about handling a crisis and implementing change.
DONE IN SIX SECONDS
How fast are job recruiters’ eyes? Really fast! The average resume has six seconds to make an impression before it is sent to the don’t-even-bother pile, reports the Wall Street Journal. Find out how to beat the odds by making your resume more skimmable.