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Avoid being a know-it-all at work

SmartBrief on Your Career | Sep 16, 2014

Keep a neutral stance at the office and don't stir the pot too much by correcting everyone's spoken or written mistakes, especially the little slip-ups. "Playing dumb illustrates the power of communication in its absence and is one of the smartest, most altruistic moves you can keep in your conversational tool kit,” says author Geoffrey Tumlin. Fast Track, The (09/15)


5 steps to being disciplined about your time

SmartBrief on Your Career | Sep 15, 2014

Stop being busy and be systematic

SmartBrief on Your Career | Sep 17, 2014

How to create a career-milestone map

SmartBrief on Your Career | Sep 17, 2014

Your network is incomplete without this person

SmartBrief on Your Career | Sep 12, 2014

Considering an MBA? Get an MSW instead

SmartBrief on Your Career | Sep 12, 2014

The scientific explanation for highly productive days

SmartBrief on Your Career | Sep 12, 2014

Stop agonizing over your resume

SmartBrief on Your Career | Sep 18, 2014

The best presentations aren't presentations

SmartBrief on Your Career | Sep 15, 2014

Pursue career changes for the right reasons

SmartBrief on Your Career | Sep 16, 2014


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