Remember "quality time?"
The idea of parent-child hyper-bonding squeezed into micro-minutes has
fallen out of favor with child psychologists. But what might not work at
home, may be a good idea for the office, says the latest thinking on
Vicki Lind, head of Evergreen Careers in Portland, OR, told MSN that
today's fast-paced workweek means 20-minute meetings rather than long
lunches may be the way to go. A management professor at the Rochester
Institute of Technology recommended even less time, saying five minutes
once a month may be enough to gain valuable workplace insights.
Also, for folks who still think the PRSA is the Puerto Rican Social
Association - joining professional organizations is another technique
experts recommend for a rapid career rise. But don't just send in your
dues - pay them through volunteer work and by getting involved.