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[RED DEMOCRATICA] Argue productively with the boss


Argue productively with the boss | 8 ways to play office politics | CEO identifies his favorite networking apps
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December 15, 2014
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Argue productively with the boss
The way to disagree with your boss is "factually, respectfully and often," according to Kathy Collins, the chief marketing officer of H&R Block. Stress how your stance benefits the company or brand, she suggests. Fortune (12/14)
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8 ways to play office politics
Workplace politics can't be avoided, but you can do your best to maintain integrity and build professional relationships, writes Joel Garfinkle. Taking that approach will serve you well if the environment grows toxic, Garfinkle explains. "When the work politics start to get out of hand, others will rely on you because of the established honest and respectful image you have projected," he writes. Career Advancement Blog (12/8)
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Your business is generating critical data every day. And with just 3 equations you can turn that information into insight on potential problems and hidden opportunities - and reveal the state of your company's health. Read the article and get the 3 critical equations.

Making the Connection
CEO identifies his favorite networking apps
LinkedIn, Triggerfox, MINE and Weave are some of the most useful mobile applications for networking, writes Keith Ferrazzi, the CEO of Ferrazzi Greenlight. "When used in tandem with the above platforms, a well-timed email can be the most valuable asset in your bag of tricks," he writes. LinkedIn (12/10)
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The Landscape
NLRB: Union-organizing activity can take place via company e-mail
A ruling from the National Labor Relations Board says workers can conduct union-organizing activities through their company e-mail accounts. The split decision was the result of a case challenging a policy against the use of company e-mail to "engage in activities on behalf of organizations." The ruling, however, does not stop businesses from banning non-work-related use of company e-mail, as long as their policies do not result in discrimination. Reuters (12/11)
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Your Next Challenge
Don't play the blame game during a difficult job hunt
There's a big difference between blaming ourselves and taking responsibility for ourselves when struggling to find a job, writes career coach Eli Amdur. "The big problem is when people are caught in the long-term rut and start blaming everyone and everything but themselves," he writes. (Woodland Park, N.J.) (free registration) (12/14)
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The Water Cooler
Mapping the Christmas tree industry
Of the 17 million Christmas trees produced by American farmers this year, almost half were produced in just six counties in Oregon and North Carolina, according to USDA data. Top of the list: Ashe County, N.C., which produces 2 million trees a year, or almost 100 trees for every resident. The Washington Post (tiered subscription model)/Wonkblog (12/8)
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