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Robin Madell has spent over two decades as a corporate writer, journalist, and communications consultant on business, leadership, career, health, finance, technology, and public-interest issues. She is a contributing writer to U.S. News & World Report and serves as a copywriter, speechwriter, and ghostwriter for executives and entrepreneurs across diverse industries. She has served on the Board of Directors of the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association in New York and San Francisco. Robin is the author of Surviving Your Thirties: Americans Talk About Life After 30 and co-author of The Strong Principles: Career Success.

Tips For Telecommuters

Tips For Telecommuters

Four ways to let your boss know you’re working—without working around the clock If it seems like everyone is working from home these days, it’s because so many people are…

Monday Morning: Is Your Staff Working?

Monday Morning: Is Your Staff Working?

How to manage your remote workforce Supervising staff is hard enough. But when you have to manage employees who work off-site either from home or in another location, the challenges…

Using LinkedIn For A Job Search

Using LinkedIn For A Job Search

Top LinkedIn tips from career experts If you’re gearing up for a job search, don’t forget to use LinkedIn. Most recruiters— and a wide range of other career experts—agree that…

Snarky Coworker Got You Down?

Snarky Coworker Got You Down?

How to work with people you don’t like You’re stuck with the people you work with — coworkers, bosses, and staff — for 40+ hours a week. So what do…

Taking a Career Break? Five Ways to Reenter the Workforce

Taking a Career Break? Five Ways to Reenter the Workforce

How to get back to work after an extended career break Career breaks are increasingly common, with workers voluntarily taking time out from employment for a multitude of reasons. While…

Positioning Yourself For Promotion

Positioning Yourself For Promotion

How to use higher-ups to move up the ladder You’re ready to move up. Perhaps you’ve even taken some first steps, such as making your wishes known to others in…

Should You “Friend” Your Boss?

Should You “Friend” Your Boss?

Workplace Relationships: To friend or not to “friend” your boss Most professionals spend more of their waking hours in the office than at home. When colleagues’ faces are the main…

Why You Didn’t Get That Promotion

Why You Didn’t Get That Promotion

Six ways women hold themselves back in the workplace If you’re eying that next level up the ladder, you might be wondering the best approach to get there. But in…

Seven Myths About Getting Ahead — What Women Need to Know

Seven Myths About Getting Ahead — What Women Need to Know

Strategies women can use to get ahead in the workplace Everyone has ideas about how women can climb in their careers. But which strategies really work, and which are more…

Trying to Get Ahead in Your Career? Having A Guide Can Help

Trying to Get Ahead in Your Career? Having A Guide Can Help

Having a mentor and/or a sponsor can make all the difference in your career “You tell your mentor everything—the good, the bad, and the ugly—and they repeat nothing. You tell…

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