Meeting a new boss is a bit like going on a blind date -- an uneasy mix of anticipation and anxiety. You don't know if you'll hit it off, and you have to learn whether your boss is insecure and needy, or confident and energetic. But what if your boss doesn't know what he or she is doing or, worse, is just plain bossy?
Difficult people abound in life. But when those individuals affect your workplace, it can really make life miserable. The good news is that there are some things you can do to deal with challenging co-workers effectively and maintain sanity within your place of business.
You like your supervisor pretty well, and you know he's got a Facebook account. But your friend told you it's a bad idea to get too close to the boss. Can adding him as an online friend harm your working relationship?
If you've been monitoring the first 100 days of the Obama administration, you know a little something about the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act. The case of unequal pay for men and women in the workplace continues to plague society in the 21st century.
When you've got a tickle in your throat, you've got two options: Suck it up and head for the coffee pot, or roll over and call the boss. But why do workers in certain places so often choose the latter?
You're never too young to be the best. The young people listed here have achieved more in their short years than most adults who are twice their age. Read about the 9 youngest at the top of their fields, including Tatum O'Neal and Michelle Wie.
Public speaking makes a lot of people nervous, but there's no need to be if you're prepared. Start by reading our list of 18 tips for public speaking, which includes tips such as staying sober and knowing your material.
Keith Ferrazzi is the author of the national-bestselling book "Never Eat Alone: And Other Secrets to Success, One Relationship at a Time." The CEO and Founder of Ferrazzi Greenlight, he wants to teach you how to network.