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Here are the top ten articles for the Career Training Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. The Seven Characteristics of a Professional
Do you consider yourself a regular employee or a professional? Read the seven characteristics of a professional.

2. Being Friendly in the Workplace
Why is being friendly in the workplace so important? Besides fostering teamwork and improving company morale, it can also increase your opportunities for success.

3. Perception vs. Reality in the Workplace
Communication in the workplace is very important. Often times words and actions are often misconstrued. What you said or what you did may not be perceived exactly how you meant it to be which can cause big problems. Reality is the perception of others.

4. Difficult Employee Situations – Book Review
Odor problems, chronic lateness, poor performance…not sure where, when or how to start the conversation with your employee? Perfect Solutions for Difficult Employee Situations by Sid Kemp, helps managers learn to not only identify the problem, but also start the conversation.

5. How Favoritism Affects the Workplace
Favoritism in the workplace can lead to all sorts of problems for management – from low morale and low productivity to lawsuits. It may be hard not to single out a favorite employee, but if you’re concerned – here is how to identify and stop favoritism in the workplace.

6. How to Say No to Your Employees
Management is not a popularity contest. There are times when you will need to tell your employee “no.” Believe it or not, there is a right way and a wrong way to say it. Keep your working relationships intact, learn how to say no.

7. How to Coach an Employee
Coaching a good employee through a rough patch or turning an average employee into a stellar performer are essential skills for any supervisor. Not sure where to get started? Here are five simple steps to effective coaching.

8. How to Use Twitter to Help Your Career
How many times have you thought, “Twitter is a waste of time?” Before you disregard the thought of using Twitter, consider how Twitter might just help your career.

9. How to Prepare Your Presentation
You've finally finished your big project, but when it comes time to prepare the presentation, where do you start? Here are 5 tips on how to prepare.

10. How to deal with an Excuse Maker
They are in every workplace. The co-worker or supervisor that has an excuse for everything. You know who they are. They refuse to accept responsibility for anything. What is the best way to handle the excuse maker? While they may continue to make excuses - it's time to hold them accountable.



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