Think Differently to Beat Impostor Syndrome: The Perfectionist


Valerie Young is the author of The Secret Thoughts of Successful Women: Why Capable People Suffer from the Impostor Syndrome and How to Thrive in Spite of It.  In a previous post, I wrote about the different versions of Impostor Syndrome. Here’s one version. The Perfectionist believes that if you’re not perfect, you’re no good … Continue reading Think Differently to Beat Impostor Syndrome: The Perfectionist

Is Your Message More Negative than You Think?


Murphy says “when you’re about to have a difficult conversation, or deliver some constructive feedback or even send an email when you’re slightly irritated, it’s really important to PAUSE and ANALYZE the words you’re going to say.”

Want to Be More Productive? Try out Luxafor


Millennials are beginning to dominate the workplace, and they are flexing their design muscles to help themselves become more productive. It’s no secret that this hyper connected, multitasking generation needs some help to stay focused on the job, especially in an open design office where there are no doors to close for privacy or quiet. … Continue reading Want to Be More Productive? Try out Luxafor

Leaving on Vacation Gracefully


Summer is almost here, and since most of us will be taking some time off, it seems like a good time for a discussion of how to leave your office for an extended period. There are tools available to help coworkers and customers know what to do in your absence, and ways to help the team cope better while you’re gone.

@work Vacation Planner


Summer is almost here, and since most of us will be taking some time off, it seems like a good time for a discussion of how to leave your office for an extended period. There are tools available to help coworkers and customers know what to do in your absence, and ways to help the team cope better while you’re gone.

Postcard from the Cube Farm


Some estimates put the number of cubicles in offices throughout the U.S. at over 13,500,000. The much-maligned flexible office space has been the staple of satire for years, most notably in Scott Adam’s Dilbert comic strip. Cubicles have become a symbol of underpaid, overworked and underappreciated workers over the past 40 years since their invention.