Dress wisely by keeping it smart, but with a hint of casual. For example, where a nice shirt, leave the very top button undone (not only because it's incredibly uncomfortable with it done completely all day), and wear a skinny tie that's worn correctly. It will look smart, but more approachable. <br />
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I also rarely wear an entire suit. You basically don't want to go in there trying to look perfect. Because it isn't comfortable whatsoever. Think Jim Halpert.<br />
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As far as the office dynamic is concerned, you'll learn very quickly who likes who, and if there is any animosity between certain people. I found there's always some sort of "feud" when it comes to particular people in offices. All I will tell you, is don't get involved. Remain balanced and professional. People will respect that more than anything. Remain diplomatic, basically. <br />
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One of the best traits is actually taking time to construct an informed opinion, whether that opinion be on a piece of work, or on a person. But any conclusion you make about a person, you don't share. You keep it to yourself, and as I said, remain professional.

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