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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.

The First 30 Days In Your New Job

The First 30 Days In Your New Job

How to get off on the right foot in your new job Congratulations: you got the job! But now you have to keep it. What you do (or don’t do)…

Winning at Office Politics: The Challenge Of Culture Fit

Winning at Office Politics: The Challenge Of Culture Fit

How to get ahead when your company’s not a good fit In the first of our two part series on Winning at Office Politics, we discussed strategies for dealing with workplace…

Winning At Office Politics: The Risk Of The Clique

Winning At Office Politics: The Risk Of The Clique

How to get ahead when you’re not part of the “in” crowd Office politics are a turn-off for many in the corporate world. No matter what the industry, you’ll find…

Mind the Gap: Managing Different Ages at Work

Mind the Gap: Managing Different Ages at Work

Four strategies for managing a multigenerational workforce It’s increasingly common to find yourself interviewing for a job with a potential boss who may be a decade or more younger than…

Cutting-Edge Strategies for Career Advancement

Cutting-Edge Strategies for Career Advancement

Eight ways women can get ahead in the workplace The idea of women “getting ahead” in the workplace is nothing new. But as the specific challenges of the workplace continue…

Generational Differences: Chorus Or Chaos?

Generational Differences: Chorus Or Chaos?

Dealing with generational differences in the workplace The workplace has always represented a melting pot of ages and life stages. It’s nothing new to find different types of employees in…

How To Ask For A Raise

How To Ask For A Raise

Smart strategies to make more money Everything costs more, but how do you make more? Sometimes it’s as simple as asking for a raise. According to a recent article in The…

Should You Take a Pay Cut?

Should You Take a Pay Cut?

How to evaluate if taking a salary cut is right for you Changing careers, geographic locations, or industries? Trying to get back to work after extended time out of the…

Job Search Tips For Your 40s and 50s

Job Search Tips For Your 40s and 50s

How to stand out in a good way when competing with younger candidates In a down economy, it can be tough to enter a job search at any age. But…

Flexing Your Schedule

How to Negotiate a Flex Schedule There’s been increased buzz lately about flexible schedules on the heels of Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer banning work from home arrangements at the tech giant, and…

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