Kat Boogaard

Kat is a Midwest-based contributing writer. She covers topics related to careers, self-development, and the freelance life. She is also a columnist for Inc., writes for The Muse, is Career Editor for The Everygirl, and a contributor all over the web.

Marketing Trends To Watch Out for in 2021
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Marketing Trends To Watch Out for in 2021

Being in the loop on marketing trends will help you craft a marketing strategy that’s...

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A Quick Guide to Client Communication Skills
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A Quick Guide to Client Communication Skills

Client communication skills are crucial for delivering impressive work and retaining your...

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How To Write an Employee Code of Conduct
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How To Write an Employee Code of Conduct

Learn how to write a thorough and effective employee code of conduct document. Prevent...

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How To Use a Cumulative Flow Diagram
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How To Use a Cumulative Flow Diagram

A cumulative flow diagram is a data visualization tool that shows how your team’s work...

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How to Promote Positive Mental Health in the Workplace
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How to Promote Positive Mental Health in the Workplace

Here’s the truth: Our careers and mental well-being are closely related, with 58% of...

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How To Get the Best Data Visualizations for Your Project
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How To Get the Best Data Visualizations for Your Project

Data visualization software can help you present information in an accessible way and...

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The Creative Project Timeline Template You Need
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The Creative Project Timeline Template You Need

A creative project timeline will help you deliver winning projects more efficiently....

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A Guide To Managing Agile Meetings
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A Guide To Managing Agile Meetings

When done right, Agile meetings help teams improve their collaborations and produce...

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Understanding the Importance of Peer Relationships at Work
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Understanding the Importance of Peer Relationships at Work

Peer relationships at work can lead to higher productivity, increased retention, and...

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