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How To Boost Your Career in Just One Week

By Aja Frost As someone who reads (and writes) a lot of career advice, I often get overwhelmed by the sheer amount of stuff you...

9 Productivity Lifehacks to Supercharge Your Success Rate

By Damian Pros “Productivity is being able to do things that you weren’t able to do before.” – Franz Kafka Without productivity, you can’t accomplish anything. Or your results...

9 Ways to Boost Your Confidence at Work

By Ruth Zive Those of you who have been reading my column know that I recently started my own freelance writing business, so, in fact,...

10 Effective Ways To Become A Faster Learner

By Jessica Millis The importance of learning cannot be underestimated. Learning empowers us to fulfill our ideas and realize our full potential. The speed of...

15 Small Things You Can Do Every Day To Become Highly Successful

by Kerry Petsinger Have you ever wondered what the secret to success is? For most people, it’s not one specific thing. Rather, it’s the result...

10 Shortcuts Only The Smartest Job Seekers Know

By Bernard Marr Job searching can be a tedious, depressing, and long-term project if you don’t know some of the shortcuts that the smartest job...

Maltina Teacher of the Year Competition Is Still Open

The Maltina Teacher of the Year is an initiative designed to recognize, celebrate and motivate teachers of Public Secondary Schools in Nigeria. Everywhere in the...

5 Ways You Can Position Yourself as a Leader (Before You Have Any Followers)

By Jo Miller There’s never been a better time to develop your leadership skills. According to Deloitte’s 2014 Millennial Survey, Millennials will comprise 75% of...

6 Toxic Behaviors That Push People Away: How To Recognize Them In Yourself and...

by Kathy Caprino In my line of work, I hear from hundreds of people a month, and connect with professionals in a more public, open...

FOR STUDENTS: Unilever Africa Idea Trophy Challenge Is Now Open (Details)

This competition is aimed at full-time students of Bachelor’s or Master’s degree of all specializations, in their penultimate year of study. Students should not...

5 of The Biggest Mistakes On CVs, and How to Correct Them

By Laszlo Bock I've sent out hundreds of resumes over my career, applying for just about every kind of job. I've personally reviewed more than...

Office Romance Advice. A True Story

By Gary Steel It was my first day on the job. I was a junior from the university interning at the local album rock radio...

10 Steps To Transform Yourself From An Employee To A Boss

by Bruce Harpham Becoming your own boss is a major shift in responsibility. For the first time, your income will be directly linked to your...

UNICEF is Hiring Education Professionals

If you are an experienced international educational development professional and have a passion for making a lasting difference for women, children and adolescents, UNICEF...