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Words to avoid in the office, CEO sisters, David Sacks of Yammer on leadership, and more.
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Words that make you sound like a liar. A recent study analyzed the somewhat dubious use of business jargon like "reach out" and "soup to nuts." AmNY notes "If someone has to think too hard about what you just said, they’re less likely to believe it."

The power sisters. The Wall Street Journal profiles Maggie Wilderotter and Denise Morrison, the first sisters to become CEOs of major corporations. 

David Sacks on leadership. The CEO of Yammer talks with The New York Times about creating a culture of dissent at the office. 

Managing young employees. Gen-Y employees can be tough to lead—OPEN Forum offers a few tips

Magic: Yeah, there's an app for that. The Washington Post profiles the latest trend in the nation's political circles: the iPhone as a magic trick. 

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Last updated: Jul 18, 2011




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