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Most women in the UK are dissatisfied with their jobs, according to a Bain & Company survey. Too many are stuck in middle management positions or opt out of career advancement because they lack corporate support to balance family obligations with professional aspirations.
In the first of a three part series on summer internships, hear from seven college students who share their advice on finding and landing an internship.
This primer on the case study method is shared through Nicole Chacin's experience in the Harvard Summer Venture in Management Program.
Approaching the near end of her fall semester as senior, Lauren Hawkins reflects on her past and looks toward the future after graduation.
Forté Family is a quarterly newsletter featuring profiles of women in leadership and our Forté Fellows.
Beth Michaels Primer, president of Primer, Michaels, is co-author of the first leadership book for the investment industry and a leadership professor for Northwestern University graduate programs. Beth will host an exclusive webinar on November 21 titled Women on Corporate Boards: Confronting Reality. Beth previews a few key insights that she will share in her session.
It’s clear that the lure of a career in financial services hasn’t abated for Diana Reid over her decades of success. In fact, she thinks that right now is exactly the right time to enter the industry.
One of the most essential bits of advice often overlooked in resume building is the underlying foundation of the process: valuing yourself. Here are 3 simple steps to de-clutter the nonsense and focus on the essential: your unique contribution as a female scholar, leader, team player, or whatever you may be.
The women Helen grew to know through MBALaunch made the world of business school and MBA admissions — which only a few months before had seemed intimidating and alien — small and filled with familiar, helpful faces.