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.
Posts in Work/Life Effectiveness
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.
Winter break doesn't have to slow down your studies. Use the time wisely by getting ahead on classes and earning some spending money, but don't forget to relax too.
Your education got you in the door, but Emotional Intelligence, the awareness of yourself and others and the ability to manage both yourself and others in order to further relationships, is the key to advancing your career. This webinar will introduce the pillars of EI and provide some tips in order to exercise EI when it matters most.
It can be difficult to stay on track with your career goals and school during a break as long as winter break. However, it’s easy to keep your brain engaged and active while you don’t have to stress over homework or finals.
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.
The fall can be one of the most stressful times of year if you’re coming off of a relaxing summer vacation. Balancing new classes, finding time for extracurriculars, and possibly working a part-time job mean that sometimes it’s hard to still be able enjoy the cooler weather. Here are some tips to find time for both fun and still be successful academically!
A healthy balance of academics and extracurricular activities is key to a successful college experience. An imbalance causes poor performance in one area but can lead to stress and anxiety in both. Here are four tips in juggling academics with extracurriculars.