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Make These Garlic Mushroom Chicken Thighs ASAP — Delicious Links

<i>Kitchn's Delicious Links column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every weekday as we post our …

Recipes

Tone and Strengthen Your Entire Body With This At-Home Workout

Allow us to excuse-proof your fitness life with this workout you can do anytime, anywhere. No equipment is needed since the exercises are bodyweight moves. This circuit will work your entire body and should take under 30 minutes.

Workouts

This is the Single Most Annoying Phrase People Use in Work Emails. Here's How to Avoid It. | Inc.com

Writing effective emails is an art. Though we're all basically glued to our inboxes these days, not everyone is master of the craft. From excellent out-of-office replies to how you sign off your emails, every word matters.<p>You must also practice a little emotional intelligence and be careful not to …

Emotional Intelligence

This 20-Minute HIIT Workout Is What You Need to Lose Belly Fat

Just about every fitness trainer, from famous ones like Jillian Michaels to not-so-famous ones like Champlain Valley CrossFit owner and head coach Jade Jenny, shares a clear message. If you want to lose belly fat, you need to focus on two main things. First, dial in your diet, eating whole foods …

Workouts

How To Give Negative Feedback More Effectively

Feedback is a manager’s best tool, but it’s only effective when it’s delivered properly. Positive feedback is typically straightforward and easy to provide, but negative feedback can be more complicated and difficult to deliver. When it’s not delivered properly, employees aren’t receptive to it. …

Employment

The Most Important Question The Interviewer Will Ever Ask You

Job seekers have a great advantage in the employment market today. The tide has turned from the Great Recession and the subsequent rise in unemployment which resulted. Today the economy is doing well and unemployment is way down. This is your time! If you have been stuck in a job that no longer …

Can You Fix a Toxic Workplace? You Can--If You Do These 5 Things Every Day

Follow these 5 steps and turn your workplace culture from toxic to thriving.<p>When American business executive Douglas Conant took over as the president and CEO of Campbell's Soup, in 2001, he was faced with a formidable task. "The company's stock was falling steeply," writes Roger Dean Duncan in a …

What's The Best Workout To Help You Wake Up In The Morning? The Scientific 7-Minute Workout Can Give You A Surprising Boost

If mornings aren't your jam, and you hit snooze eleventy-million times before diving head first into a pot of dark roast, you probably don't have a …

Tone Every Inch of Your Body With These 100 Effective Bodyweight Moves

Here it is! The ultimate guide to the best bodyweight moves. Bookmark this for later so you can create your own workout by mixing and matching these badass moves, and watch your body transform. Maybe you want an all-butt workout with squats and lunges. Maybe you want to focus on toning your arms …

The counterintuitive tricks to asking better questions, according to Harvard research

Having the ability to ask a question appears to be a uniquely human trait, one that saves us time and energy as we gather resources and information. It also allows us to develop empathy for others and create bonds of trust, even among strangers. Indeed, people who ask more questions are seen as …

7 ways to build trust with others

FBI agents spend a great deal of time learning how to build trust with others. For that reason an agent’s most useful investigative tool is the …

Asking These 9 Questions Will Instantly Reveal What Employees Think of Their Boss

Do you take an active interest in your employees as people, and make everyone feel included?<p>Nobody likes to lose good employees. So leaders everywhere have been trying to crack the code on the best methods of motivating and retaining their employees.<p>Let me share a little secret with you about human …

Forget gluten—this might be the actual cause of your health woes

Just when you think you’ve perfected an eating plan that’s good for your gut and won’t cause inflammation, along comes a new buzzword linked to …

27 surprising things that affect whether you get hired

There are many pieces to a job interview.<p>There’s the obvious stuff: Have you done your research on the company? Are you polite to the interviewer and …

This Buzzy Diet Clears Brain Fog and Helps You Lose Weight (Without Exercise)

Ever since we asked our readers what they knew about lectins last year, we've seen more people tune into Steve Gundry's, MD, theory that "plants …

Recipes

What Is Employee 'Ghosting'? How Companies Created Their Own Worst Nightmare

Employers have been 'ghosting' workers for years; now the tables have turned. Here's how to improve the situation.<p>Over the weekend, LinkedIn published a fascinating story on what has become many companies' newest nightmare: employee "ghosting."<p>"In fields ranging from food service to finance, …

How Are You Protecting Your High Performers from Burnout?

A little over a year ago, a high-performing specialist at one of the largest technologies companies — we’ll call him Santiago — was given an opportunity no high performer could turn down: an opportunity to play a manager role on a project he really cared about. The director told him, “You care …

You Should Plan On Switching Jobs Every Three Years For The Rest Of Your Life

The stigma of being a flaky job-hopper is quickly becoming a thing of the past, and that’s a good thing.<p>Changing jobs every couple of years used to look bad on a resume. It told recruiters you can’t hold down a job, can’t get along with colleagues, or that you’re simply disloyal and can’t …

People Who Say These 5 Words Have Very Low Emotional Intelligence

They mean the exact opposite of what you think. But only emotionally intelligent people understand why.<p>The words hit me like a hurricane: "I know how you feel."<p>They're right there on pages 80 and 81 of my colleague Justin Bariso's new book about emotional intelligence. They're simple words, and …

Recipe: Sausage & Potato Foil Packets — Recipes from The Kitchn

These sausage, potato, and green bean foil packets are about to become your go-to dinner trick this summer. They can be cooked on the grill, in the …

6 Smart Ways People With Emotional Intelligence Respond When Their Buttons Are Pushed

hen conflicts flare at your workplace, how do you respond?<p>Everyone has a "drama" story at work. What's yours?<p>In a previous company, I vividly recall a senior executive marching down the hall spewing expletives on his way to wage war with a middle manager. An ongoing issue boiled over, and this VP …

GM Has a 2 Word Dress Code and It's Actually Brilliant

It used to be 10 pages. Now it's just two words. Here's why they made the change.<p>This story is about three things: dress codes, leadership and common sense.<p>It's about a $62 billion company with roots going back 100 years--the kind of giant, legacy organization you might think would get bogged down …

5 Full-Body Moves to Do When You're Sick of Burpees

If the burpee is the exercise you love to hate, try these instead.<p>The burpee is definitely the exercise a lot of us love to hate. But this freakin’ …

You Need to Watch the Powerful Racial Bias Video Being Shown to Starbucks Employees

Starbucks sparked nationwide controversy this April over the arrest of two black customers, Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, after they asked to use the restroom without making a purchase while waiting for a friend. Now, the coffee giant is sharing some of the …

Race & Ethnicity

Are these the cutest cat Snapchats ever? From a pet who delivers flowers to his owner to a possessive feline boyfriend - these photos prove why moggies are the best furry friends

They say a dog is a man's best friend, but a collection of hilarious cat Snapchats shared with Bored Panda show they can give their canine …

Managers Are a Dying Breed. Here's What You Must Have Instead

Why managers need to become leaders of disruption in this ever-changing business environment.<p>The crisis of leadership grows, as companies struggle to adapt to change. We have a rise in part-time workers, the growth of the gig economy, evolution of technology, an increase in virtual teams, and an …

Why Managing Up Is A Skill Set You Need

You’ve heard it said and you know it’s true: People don’t quit jobs, they quit bosses.<p>For many people, the primary ingredient in job satisfaction is not the quality of food in the lunchroom. It’s not the office layout or equipment. It’s not even the workload, salary, or benefits. It’s the …

Leadership

You Can Have Super Dedicated and Engaged Employees Just by Doing These 7 Simple Things

The leadership choices you make and how you lead your people can make or break their motivation.<p>Whether you are starting a new business or you're helping to run one that has been around for a long time, every day can bring new and unexpected challenges and dilemmas. When you add employees to the …

A New Deloitte Study of 10,455 Millennials Shows They Need Help Improving These 4 Skills

A new Deloitte study reveals younger employees speaking up about where they need help in skill development--you'll want to take note.<p>Exactly how to attract and retain Millennials and avoid creating unnecessary tension with them has become an art form, and important new context just splashed onto …

Science Says This Is the Best Way to Motivate Other People to Change Their Behavior

You can't force people to change but you can influence them.<p>Whether you want an employee to participate more in meetings, or you want your spouse to pitch in more around the house, you can't force someone to change their behavior.<p>You can, however, have a strong influence over another individual. …