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  • Writing your work narrative

    Writing your work narrative
    It's important to start each year with a carefully thought out list of pragmatic resolutions. My list includes: •Start a dynasty of ducks. Ride a narwhal (preferably while nude). •Watch more TV. •Learn how to write a newspaper...
  • LGBT ally groups can improve an office

    LGBT ally groups can improve an office
    As human beings, we are at our best when we can be ourselves, when we live without fear of judgment or the pressures of putting on airs. As workers, logically, it's no different. An employee living authentically, unencumbered by the distractions of...
  • Don't be afraid of love in the workplace

     Don't be afraid of love in the workplace
    Mention love at the office and minds go to tawdry affairs, lines crossed and calls to human resources. People see love as a squishy emotion, one that breeds conflict, a distraction. So it has largely been drummed out of the workplace. That's a shame....
  • A game plan to combat office bullying

    A game plan to combat office bullying
    Bullying is rarely simple. We're seeing that play out in graphic detail with the Miami Dolphins football team. Offensive lineman Jonathan Martin fled the team and accused fellow lineman Richie Incognito of bullying him, saying Incognito left a racist...
  • Lessons in leadership from Pope Francis

    Lessons in leadership from Pope Francis
    America has an ample number of leaders, in the workplace and in politics. But unfortunately, what many of these leaders are actually doing is "leadIng." You'll note the capital "I." That's not a typo. We have politicians who don't so much govern as...
  • There's nothing to F.E.A.R.

     There's nothing to F.E.A.R.
    It dawned on me recently that I've never provided my treasured readers with a concise dose of workplace advice that can be clipped out, laminated and hung on a cubicle wall. For a workplace advice columnist (America's most beloved), this is a gross...
  • Trimming the stupid from your management plans

    Trimming the stupid from your management plans
    Companies across this great land regularly implement policies that leaders claim will "foster greater collaboration" or "build synergy" or "incentivize innovation." I don't know what any of that means and doubt most leaders do either. But boy does it...
  • Targeting jobless is out of line

    Targeting jobless is out of line
    All of us have had times when we've needed help. Maybe we were hobbled by a broken leg or laid up after surgery. Maybe it was just a lousy flu, something that knocked us out and made us ask another to lend a hand. That never feels good. We don't like to...
  • Benefit of downtime a real no-brainer

     Benefit of downtime a real no-brainer
    You're sitting in front of a computer screen, trying desperately to write the greatest workplace advice column in the history of the world and it's just not coming to you. Then you step away for a few minutes (hours) and occupy yourself with something...
  • Help! We're drowning in workplace advice

    Help! We're drowning in workplace advice
    It's pretty clear that if you have a job and don't write a book of workplace wisdom, your life is essentially worthless and will be forgotten the moment your carcass is laid to rest. I base that conclusion on the overwhelming number of work-related...
  • At the tone, please stop leaving messages

    At the tone, please stop leaving messages
    This is the process I go through when I receive a voice mail: 1. Sigh. 2. Consider ignoring it. 3. Become overwhelmed by guilt. 4. Press "voice mail" button. 5. Forget password. 6. Try again. 7. Listen to voice mail. 8. Sigh, louder. 9....