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Career Development

Skills and steps to take your career to the next level.

Setting Goals to Improve Your Career preview image

Setting goals can help you gain both short and long term achievements. You can set professional and personal goals to improve your career.

Learning Styles for Career Development preview image

Do you know the three types of learning styles? Here’s how to identify which style works best for you, and why it’s important for your career development.

Active Listening Skills: Definition and Examples preview image

What is active listening, why is it important and how can you improve this critical skill? These useful active listening examples will help address these questions and more.

How to Write a Sick Day Email Message (With Examples) preview image

When taking a sick day, it is helpful to write a sick day email message to inform your employer that you will be out and how your work will be handled.

Management Skills: Definition and Examples preview image

What are the most important management skills you need to excel as a leader? Here is a helpful list and several examples.

20 Ways to Start an Email preview image

Writing emails is a popular form of communication. Here are tips and examples of ways you can start your email in a friendly, professional way.

Letter of Interest: Definition, Tips and Examples preview image

Writing a letter of interest is a good way to introduce yourself to a specific when you can’t find the job you’re looking for. Here are a few tips for writing a good letter of interest.

Common Communication Barriers (With Examples) preview image

Communication barriers can create challenges in the workplace. Here’s how to recognize and resolve barriers to effective communication.

How to End a Letter preview image

Ending a letter can provide a positive impression and important next steps. Here are several tips and examples for how to end a letter.

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