It’s Not Always Easy to Be a New Manager, But There’s One Thing You Need to Do to Get Ahead

Put your new manager woes aside, and get ahead with The Muse's tips.

The 10-Minute Weekly Activity That Helps You Get Ahead (Worksheet Included!)

Tracking your accomplishments weekly helps you stay confident, motivated, and prepared for the future—which is why we made you this handy worksheet!

Use These 4 Steps to Tell Your Manager How You Solved a Problem

Handling a conflict independently, without your manager registering that there was an issue, is a great opportunity to show off your problem solving skills. Use these steps to communicate your prowess to your boos.

4 Reasons I Almost Accepted Your LinkedIn Request, But Didn’t

Here are a few things to avoid when you're gearing up to send a LinkedIn request to someone you've never met in real life—it can make all the difference.

5 Things I Would Do Differently if I Could Start My Career Again

If I could, I would go back in time and invest my energy more in these five things. Luckily, you can take these career lessons and apply them to your own life.

This Is How You Bounce Back After a Week in Which You Could Do Nothing Right

Everyone makes mistakes at work, even successful people. Here's a quick and easy guide to help you rebound after a tough few days at the office.

5 Things Every Boss Is Dying for You to Do (But Won’t Ever Ask)

Without having to say it, your boss would love for you to do these five things on a daily basis (Hint: They'll make you look good, too.)

5 5-Minute Ways to Get Noticed at Work (by the People Who Matter)

You're already good at your job, but your goal is to get noticed and take it to the next level. Here are simple, quick ways you can do just that.

How to Create a Personal Branding Plan in 30 Minutes (Even if You Hate “Personal Branding”)

You have social media profiles, but not you're sure if they reflect a strong personal brand. It OK. Here's how to get them up to speed in 30 minutes.

How to Use Hand Gestures to Appear More Confident When You Speak

Want to make look confident when you present or pitch? Learn how to cut out the fidgeting, and instead use the power of hand gestures to make your point.