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.
Posts in Work/Life Effectiveness
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.
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.
Nicole shares four key elements to find success starting in your summer internship and your future career.
As a college senior, you have no doubt heard about the 401(k) retirement savings plan, but how much of it have you actually processed?
Midterms are coming up quickly for schools on the quarter system, and it’s never too early to start preparing for these tests for schools on the semester system. These study tips can help you during the rest of the school year too.
Nicole begins the conversation about the origins of volunteering in America and how it continues to be integral to our country’s history and future.
Caroline is beginning to plan for the transition from college to career and targets the top qualities she wants in her first job out of school.
Nicole looks to the future by removing the focus on the hypotheticals we think are key to our happiness and instead embracing the successes and setbacks in every moment of our lives.
Leadership Expert and Executive Coach, Wanda Wallace, will facilitate the first in a two part series on conflict that will provide a primer on handling this common workplace issue.