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Five Leadership Lessons I Learned in Yoga Class

by Amy Orlov

I’ve learned countless leadership lessons from Jennifer Borrowman. She’s not a career coach. She’s not a colleague. She’s not even in the same field as me. Jen is my yoga teacher — and there’s a reason her classes at Purenergy Studio in…

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Early Career

Facing a Quarter-Life Crisis? Strategize Your Way to a Better Career.

by Lisa Beebe

If you faced a career setback during the pandemic, or you’re feeling burned out at work, or you’re starting to wonder if you chose the wrong career, don’t panic. Feeling anxious about your life choices is totally normal.
Here’s how to get your career on the right track.

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Three Ways to Leverage the Power of Community to Find (and Thrive in) an MBA

by Randee Comstock and Courtney Crumby, Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business MBA students

There are many factors that prospective MBA students consider when selecting their school. From location to career services, each prospective student has their unique list of priorities. For Randee Comstock and Courtney Crumby, two Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business MBA…

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Early Career

Building Your Personal Brand – Part 2: Your Elevator Pitch

by Asha Aravindakshan

Your elevator pitch is a key component of your personal brand. In Part 2 of her series on personal branding, Forté Alumni Leadership Council member Asha Aravindakshan shares advice on what to consider when building your elevator pitch.

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Early Career

Building Your Personal Brand – Part 1

by Asha Aravindakshan

When it comes to your professional career, your reputation is key, especially if you are looking to take on a bigger role at your workplace, switch companies, or industries, or grow a business. In Part 1 of her series on personal branding, Forté Alumni Leadership Council member Asha Aravindakshan offers tips on how to maximize your brand to its fullest potential.

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Career Advancement

Don’t Get Stuck: How Being Too Helpful Can Cost You a Promotion

by Leanne Meyer, Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper School of Business)

As workers and employers face decisions about when and if to go back to in-person work, women need to be on guard for an invisible challenge that may await. Research shows that women tend to take on more of what’s termed…

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