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Yes, You Can Be Kind and Climb the Career Ladder. Here’s How I’ve Done It

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Kindness in the workplace can go a long way.

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Adults can learn a lot by remembering lessons we were taught as kids. We tell our little ones to be nice to others. Yet, as adults, we often forget the power of being kind. It costs you nothing to extend kindness to those you interact with on a daily basis, but gains you

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