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    1. The Idiot's Guide To Networking, No Work Experience Required

      The Idiot's Guide To Networking, No Work Experience Required

      Long before you enter the workforce, you're told over and over again that you need to network. And for many years afterward, you're given loads of advice on how to schmooze tactfully, talk yourself up, meet VIPs, make introductions, and even make your way to the door when the time comes. But there's surprisingly little advice for people who may have cause to worry that they don't have anything to talk about.

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    2. The Idiot's Guide To Networking, No Work Experience Required

      The Idiot's Guide To Networking, No Work Experience Required

      Long before you enter the workforce, you're told over and over again that you need to network. And for many years afterward, you're given loads of advice on how to schmooze tactfully, talk yourself up, meet VIPs, make introductions, and even make your way to the door when the time comes. But there's surprisingly little advice for people who may have cause to worry that they don't have anything to talk about.

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    3. Five Ways The Most Effective Leaders Manage Their Emotions

      Five Ways The Most Effective Leaders Manage Their Emotions

      Soft skills have garnered increasing attention in the workplace over the last 20 years. In fact, emotional intelligence is one of the fastest growing job skills, according to a report by the World Economic Forum. Ironically, those are the very skills hiring managers say the latest crop of college graduates lacks as they’ve focused on honing their technological prowess. Yet managing our emotions effectively in the workplace is a major component of success for all of us.

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    4. 7 Steps To Take When Your Work Stress Gets Too Much To Handle

      7 Steps To Take When Your Work Stress Gets Too Much To Handle

      Sometimes on-the-job stress hits like a ton of bricks. Other times it slowly boils up from a simmer. But no matter how it arrives, you've probably felt it. Three-quarters of American workers in a 2007 survey reported experiencing physical stress symptoms due to their work, and researchers are still tallying up all the consequences to our health and well-being. At a basic level, the experience of stress at work is one of helplessness—of pressures beyond your control to dial down.

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    5. 7 Steps To Take When Your Work Stress Gets Too Much To Handle

      7 Steps To Take When Your Work Stress Gets Too Much To Handle

      Sometimes on-the-job stress hits like a ton of bricks. Other times it slowly boils up from a simmer. But no matter how it arrives, you've probably felt it. Three-quarters of American workers in a 2007 survey reported experiencing physical stress symptoms due to their work, and researchers are still tallying up all the consequences to our health and well-being. At a basic level, the experience of stress at work is one of helplessness—of pressures beyond your control to dial down.

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    6. 7 Steps To Take When Your Work Stress Gets Too Much To Handle | Fast Company

      7 Steps To Take When Your Work Stress Gets Too Much To Handle | Fast Company

      Sometimes on-the-job stress hits like a ton of bricks. Other times it slowly boils up from a simmer. But no matter how it arrives, you've probably felt it. Three-quarters of American workers in a 2007 survey reported experiencing physical stress symptoms due to their work, and researchers are still tallying up all the consequences to our health and well-being. At a basic level, the experience of stress at work is one of helplessness—of pressures beyond your control to dial down.

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    7. 7 Interview Questions For Measuring Emotional Intelligence

      7 Interview Questions For Measuring Emotional Intelligence

      Emotional intelligence involves self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and social skills. In other words, it's a complicated amalgam that hiring managers have a hard time testing for. As a result, many fall back on gut instincts and subjective impressions. It isn't always a smart move to leave something so important to such faulty measures.

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    8. 7 Interview Questions For Measuring Emotional Intelligence

      7 Interview Questions For Measuring Emotional Intelligence

      Emotional intelligence involves self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and social skills. In other words, it's a complicated amalgam that hiring managers have a hard time testing for. As a result, many fall back on gut instincts and subjective impressions. It isn't always a smart move to leave something so important to such faulty measures.

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    9. 7 Habits That Can Help You Become More Optimistic

      7 Habits That Can Help You Become More Optimistic

      Have trouble looking on the bright side? If so, it could be your loss. Successful people aren't all optimists, but one trait many of them share is the ability to see opportunity in unlikely places. Without a dose of optimism, we'd never try anything new, and our lives would remain perpetually stuck in the same place. Forward progress of any kind is predicated on it.

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    10. 5 Simple Ways to Harness The Power Of Gratitude At Work

      5 Simple Ways to Harness The Power Of Gratitude At Work

      We all know the good feelings that come with being acknowledged for something that we did. Those feelings result in wanting to do well, and we continue to look for ways to give our best effort. While we often have no problems thanking our family, friends, and those around us, a study by the John Templeton Foundation showed that many Americans find work to be the last place where they either give or receive thanks.

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