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How to Handle Stress During a Job Interview

How to Handle Stress During a Job Interview

By Anna Ranieri // This article was originally posted on hbr.org. Have you ever felt incredibly stressed during a job interview? If so, you’re not alone. Most people say that interviewing for a job is an overwhelmingly stressful experience. Fortunately, you can come to terms with job interview stress by understanding that a certain amount […]

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Writing Your Résumé When Your Job Title Doesn’t Reflect Your Responsibilities

Writing Your Résumé When Your Job Title Doesn’t Reflect Your Responsibilities

By Jane Heifetz // This article was originally posted on hbr.org. You’re ready to make a career move, up to a higher level or into a different industry or an entirely new field. But your current title doesn’t match the titles on the job postings that most excite you. How do you avoid your applications […]

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How Women Leaders Win and Help Others to Do the Same

How Women Leaders Win and Help Others to Do the Same

By Jennifer Connelly // This article was originally posted on entrepreneur.com. When it comes to business, women not only compete. We win. Women graduate from college and obtain advanced degrees in larger numbers than men. We are well represented in traditionally male occupations such as medical scientists (53 percent), physicians and surgeons (36 percent), and personal financial advisors (31 […]

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You’ll Never Be Famous — And That’s O.K.

You’ll Never Be Famous — And That’s O.K.

By Emily Esfahani Smith // This article was originally posted on nytimes.com. Today’s college students desperately want to change the world, but too many think that living a meaningful life requires doing something extraordinary and attention-grabbing like becoming an Instagram celebrity, starting a wildly successful company or ending a humanitarian crisis. Having idealistic aspirations is, […]

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How to Establish a Meeting-Free Day Each Week

How to Establish a Meeting-Free Day Each Week

By Elizabeth Grace Saunders // This article was originally posted on hbr.org. One tweak to your weekly schedule could make the difference between confidently accomplishing your strategic objectives and scrambling to keep up with the day-to-day. That simple change? Having a meeting-free day. Establishing one day with no meetings is a technique that I used throughout […]

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An Inside Look at How to Hire, Train, and Manage a Distributed Work Force

An Inside Look at How to Hire, Train, and Manage a Distributed Work Force

By Jeff Haden // This article was originally posted on inc.com. This year over 40% of Americans will perform their jobs remotely. In part that’s driven by the number of companies that allow employees to work from home but also by startups unwilling to limit themselves to only looking for talent within a specific commuting distance. […]

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Asking for a Raise When You’re Afraid To

Asking for a Raise When You’re Afraid To

By Lolly Daskal // This article was originally posted on hbr.org. Much has been written about how to negotiate for a better salary. But what about when you’re not sure you deserve a raise in the first place? As an executive coach for more than 30 years, I’ve worked with many top leaders who appear extremely successful […]

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How to Make Sure Your Emails Give the Right Impression

How to Make Sure Your Emails Give the Right Impression

by Shani Harmon // This article was originally posted on hbr.org. Given the avalanche of email we receive each year — 121 messages per day, on average — it’s no wonder that we have become somewhat desensitized to its impact on our professional brand. We’ll spend hours polishing our LinkedIn profiles and revising our résumés, but hastily hit […]

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