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Does your hard work at the office go unnoticed? These self-advocacy tips can help.
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alumni UBC’s career coaches share their top tips for getting out of the comparison game.

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Researchers analyzed employment data to find out why a major retailer had high turnover.
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People attach moral value to hard work — Dr. Azim Shariff calls it “effort moralization.”
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alumni UBC ’s career coaches share strategies for quieting the critical chatter in our lives.
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Try design thinking, see the possibilities, overcome your fear, and more.

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UBC Sauder’s Dr. Kari Marken (PhD’19) challenges her Creativity students with purposeful play.
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How to be a savvy networker.

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Developing emotional competencies improves well-being and workplace performance.

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An entrepreneur reveals that her “worst-performing year” became her most seminal one.