Tag Archives: Management

How to Increase Your Influence at Work

Software upgrade and management vision

We Need To Talk - Dilbert by Scott Adams

Why performance clause counts

Negotiating Expert - Dilbert by Scott Adams

One variable world

A One Variable World - Dilbert by Scott Adams

Acknowledge Someone’s Accomplishments Rather Than Complimenting Them

By: Emily Price

We all pass out compliments at some point or another, most often with the intention of expressing a positive sentiment toward another person.

Everything from “I really like your shirt!” to “I think you did a really good job here,” are commonplace in conversation, but they also have one thing in common: the word I. Fast Company story this week points out, that when you use I in that compliment you’re actually making your statement about yourself, not the other person. Read more »