There were numerous takeaways from this session at the Forté C2B Conference, but upon surveying the reactions of Ali's fellow attendees and asking what advice they would pass along to a friend, we focused on five key pieces of advice from Marjie Terry.
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Precillia participated in a team building session with her manager and peers at an improv theater in Boston. As a big fan of comedy, she expected the experience to be fun. What she didn’t expect was to come out of the day with improv techniques to improve her capabilities as a team member and a manager.
Elissa Sangster recently shared her thoughts on the Accepted.com podcast.
In fields traditionally led by men like technology and manufacturing, doors are opening for women. And while it's a nice notion that simply leaning in could get us on the other side, it requires more than that. It requires walking through. Forcefully. Graciously. And immediately.
Debra Coleman briefly tried working in a school…and in a corporate law office…and in a law firm that collected delinquent taxes. “I had no idea what I wanted to do!” she recalls. Graduating from Williams College with a liberal arts…
Rather than adopt a general mentorship relationship between one or two people, consider fostering a "Board of Directors" - your team of mentors with a wide range of perspectives and pertinent feedback.
Nicole shares four key elements to find success starting in your summer internship and your future career.
Join us live throughout the year for candid discussions with expert panelists who are here to help you succeed in our Women Lead webinar series. Most webinars are recorded for you to watch on your schedule.
Nicole takes a look at female leadership by examining the vision and use of power by Margaret Thatcher, Moira Forbes, and Bonnie Wurzbacher.
Your first day on the job, whether at a new internship, work-study job, or even a new volunteering position can be a nerve-wracking experience. Here is how to calm your nerves so you have a great experience.