Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Helen Wan, associate general counsel at Time, Inc., offers five pieces of advice. Here are the headlines:
1. Don't do/say anything that will get you designated the "class jerk."
2. But don’t be so unobtrusive that you blend into the furniture.
3. Don’t ask people to be your mentor out of the blue.
4. Don't be afraid to take credit
5. Don't forget to be nice—to everyone.