Smart Talk

Chang, Irene
March 2010
NAFE Magazine;Spring2010, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p40
This section features various articles on working smart. Tips offered by Nicole Abramovichi of GeniusOrganizing.com to be organized include buying the right container, creating a cockpit, and having a must read folder. Modeling good behavior, showing people how to be heroes instead of victims and focusing on the small wins are cited as some best practices for bosses. It is also noted that social media sites are being used as part of the candidate screening process and are expected to be a more common business practice.


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