10 Ways to Improve Your LinkedIn Profile in Under 5 Minutes

Half a billion people are on LinkedIn, so it's not enough to set one up. Take your profile to the next level with one of these five-minute tips.

70 Different Email Sign-offs (for When You’re Sick of Saying “Best”)

Sick of your tried and true email sign-off? This list has plenty of options you can use to switch things up every now and then.

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.

10 Free Classes That’ll Make Anyone Better (and Happier) at Their Job

These (free!) online classes will help you improve your productivity, communication, and effectiveness as a leader—no matter what your role is.

7 Habits of Super Engaging People That You Can Pick Up Today

Here's the secret to becoming that person at work that everyone wants to talk to and get to know better.

The 2 Key Questions Your Email Better Answer in 30 Seconds (If You Want a Useful Reply)

You send emails at work, because you want a reply that'll help you do your job better. To get the right response, make sure your email answers two questions.

4 Things I Learned From Tracking My Time (That’ll Convince You to Do it, Too)

Tracking your time at work is a lot more insightful than I thought—here's what I learned it could offer me to improve my productivity.

Swearing Actually Makes You Look Smarter (Science Says So!)

Science says so! It may not be appropriate to swear at work, but if you're caught in the act, you can actually say it's a sign of intelligence.

The One Small Word That’s Sabotaging Your Well-Meaning Advice

Stay away from this one pesky word when offering advice, and you'll sound more helpful and sympathetic—rather than condescending.

The Stupid Simple Way I Keep Myself From Talking Too Much in Meetings

Speaking up in meetings is a good thing, so long as you don't overdo it. Luckily, there's a stupid simple way to prevent yourself from taking it too far.