If you’re feeling like your networking skills are a little lacking, take some advice from career coach Carol Vernon: Be strategic, and don’t treat connecting with others as a random act of obligation.
A wing of the American Veterinary Medical Association just announced final public voting for the “America’s Favorite Veterinarian” contest, which helps highlight vets and their special relationships with pets and pet owners.
A new nonprofit organization founded by six resort hotels aims to help travelers in their search for healthy destinations through a new certification process that will evaluate hotels’ wellness programs and services.
Do you have trouble asking your contacts for a favor or keeping in touch with your network? These are just two of the common networking mistakes identified in a new survey. One career coach shares advice for combating these mistakes.
The National Notary Association is making it easier for notaries across the United States to find new and historical laws and regulations affecting their industry through an online law database.
Many executives rely on their intuition and other subjective factors when making business decisions, according to a new study. Here’s a look at some of the pros and cons of following your gut instinct.
For women and minorities who advocate for other women and minorities in the workplace, the price of promoting diversity might come as a less favorable performance review, according to a new University of Colorado study.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation recently hosted a learning program specifically aimed at exhibitors to help them get the most out of their tradeshow experience.
To help instill camaraderie among state troopers throughout the country, as well as generate a little publicity, the American Association of State Troopers launched a social media campaign calling on people to vote for the “Best Looking Cruiser.”
The answer to that question is not always straightforward. Here’s how one association is trying to help level the STEM playing field and get more women interested in IT jobs.