5 ways to identify the strengths that will make you more effective at work

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When you align your work and your strengths, you work better and more efficiently. Here’s how to start. One of the pandemic’s legacies has been long hours for many workers . We’re logging more desk time and, in some cases, getting more done. But overwork has diminishing returns. A smarter way to get more done is to look for ways to apply our strengths effectively in addition to managing our time and energy. Read Full Story

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These well-designed desk chairs will instantly improve your home-office setup (and your posture)

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Sitting at home for 40 hours a week isn’t so bad with these comfortable, trendy office chairs. The weeks have stretched into months as we have all adapted to working from home—and chances are, you’re not going back into the office full-time anytime soon. Many companies (read: Google, Viacom, Amazon, Facebook, and others) have extended work-from-home policies all the way to next year. So why not spruce up your space and treat yourself to a work-from-home setup that you want to spend 40 hours a week in? Read Full Story

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3 better ways to connect with your boss when you’re not working in the same space

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A practical guide to evaluate your interactions with your manager to achieve the visibility and relationship you want. When was the last time you saw your boss? Gone are the days of stopping by your manager’s office or catching up in the break room or at the company happy hour. In a remote work environment, out of sight can easily become out of mind. And when you add in Zoom fatigue and the inherent challenge of meaningful rapport in a virtual environment, it can be difficult to connect with your manager. Read Full Story

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