It’s crystal clear that we have a major problem with sexual harassment in the workplace –between 25% to 30% of women have been sexually harassed at work, report stats. The number is likely higher since incidents go widely underreported.
Chocolate makes you fat. Roses die. So instead of being down that you’re single and working late on Valentine’s day, rejoice that you won’t have wilting roses on your desk and a bigger butt in your office chair by the week’s end.
In part one of this series, The Importance of Your Personal Brand, it was established that the sum of your core values, skills, talents, and accomplishments was the winning combo to create yourself a unique brand identity that people will buy into.
You want to stand out – but not for the wrong reasons. Succeeding at work requires attracting positive attention. You want to be a showstopper and memorable whether delivering that plum project or applying for a coveted promotion. Or interviewing for that dream job. Here are some lessons you can take from this year's crop of Grammy award winners.