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College Student

Compassion – Just for Women?

by Precillia Redmond

Compassion is a key characteristic for a strong military leader. This is surprising since compassion is seen as a “female” trait. If we consider it as a leadership trait instead, how can you apply it to your own workplace?

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College Student

See Yourself As Others See You

by Libby Gill

Do you have any idea how others perceive you? Maybe it’s time to find out.

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College Student

5 Things Beyoncé Can Teach You About Courage

by Cindy Solomon

Beyoncé wasn’t always Beyoncé. Courage is what made her the businesswoman, pop deity, and modern (some say feminist) cultural role model she is today.

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Early Career

Fail Upwards

by Angela Guido

We tend to hate failure because we don’t put it in the right perspective. We often internalize our shortcomings, deeming ourselves the failure, rather than recognizing that we simply fell short of our own objectives. When cast in the correct light, you can see that failure is no enemy; it is your greatest teacher.

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Networking

Introduce Yourself: Effective Networking Openers

by Angela Guido

Be flexible and improvise when you are meeting new people in a professional context.

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College Student

Do You Wanna Build a… Better To-Do List?

by Precillia Redmond

One of the tools that Precillia has adopted, both in her job as well as in her roles as a wife and mother to two young girls, is the “Four Ds” – Delete, Defer, Delegate, and Do.

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