Getting emotional at work, even angry, can transform self-confidence - if it’s done right.
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Jean Greene set her sights on becoming a doctor or an actress, but as an investment banker at Lazard, she has found satisfaction in a place where she is rewarded for being herself.
The fear of being found out as inadequate prevents us from trying, taking on new things, or speaking of ourselves in a way that conveys confidence and inspires opportunity.
The afternoon slump struggle is real. We have five ways to help power through your creative afternoon with new ideas and a productive mindset.
Life is busy, but staying healthy is a non-negotiable. Find more time for fitness in your crazy work life with these simple tips that anyone can use.
Find out what mindfulness is, how to do it, and how it can lead to success at work without needing to chant "ohm" while you do it.
Gouri Shintri LeDonne shares the importance of a company’s DNA and encourages accepting new roles – despite feeling unprepared.
How often do you start a project only to watch it derail? Or make a decision that leads to a less-than-satisfying outcome? HBS Professor Francesca Gino explained how to stay on course and reach your intended goals.
For women who sense that they are going to take a career break, there are things they can do before they leave that will make rejoining the workforce easier when they return.
"Today, more and more successful businesses are led by people like me who do not wear suits. So even if you aren’t the classic MBA candidate, you can still succeed in business school. You just have to be drawn to it."