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"Being an engineering major, the last thing you think about is business, but think about it -- if you move up higher in a company, for example, to become Vice President of your division, you will need to have a strong business foundation."
Stephanie Henderson majored in Political Science and minored in African Studies at Middlebury College, aiming high in her plans to work for the Peace Corps in Sub-Saharan Africa. Today, she applies that same enviable ambition in a vastly different role, loving her job as an equity research analyst for Fidelity Asset Management in Boston, Massachusetts.
Paula Tolliver shares the secrets of a long successful career in business services.
Will top finance schools think Darsana has the necessary skills and drive to make a difficult transition, particularly when competition is so strong?
You have probably made a few New Year's resolutions in your personal life. Let’s get you on track to do the same for your professional life and, unlike resolutions, use some tips to stick to them!
With some advanced planning, business school applicants can do a great deal to bolster their overall candidacy before that final rush of the fall and winter.
Recently, Sylvia Ann Hewlett led a Women Lead session for more than 300 participants on executive presence. Hewlett focused her presentation on three aspects of executive presence: gravitas, communication, and appearance.
Becky has solid academic credentials and is doing well in her career, but does she stand out from the crowd enough to win over Kellogg?
No matter where you are in your career, you need to understand your strengths so that you can leverage them in your work and use them to contribute to others. Start with this self-assessment to get to the next level.