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Essential advice and mysteries explained: life in the office
Lucy Kellaway of the Financial Times finds herself outnumbered by younger colleagues.
Applicants for bank sector jobs should avoid wearing brown shoes with a dark suit.
Lucy Kellaway reflects on some of the mistakes people make in business meetings.
Managing the ego of the office maverick is tough work, but 'necessary for innovation'.
We spend so much time at work - do we pay enough attention to civility?
From hotheads to curmudgeons, is anger bad for business or can we put it to good use?
How to find enjoyment in the everyday drudgery of work
Not everyone can be special, so should we embrace our mediocrity?
This week, the lift. Why do we behave so oddly inside them?
Is choosing your life partner the most important career choice you will ever make?
Can anyone be creative? Does working in a team help? What about your office environment?
Why we should all be working well into our twilight years
Why has the open plan office become the norm in many places, despite the distractions?
Why is making eye contact so important?
Why is it so hard to pin down what we mean by charisma?
Why does commuting make us the people we are and how?
Why do we succumb to 'Groupthink' and how do we overcome the urge to be part of a crowd