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The One Thing All Successful Presentations Have in Common

What do the best and most successful presentations having in common? No, it's not what you think. Many successful presentations can actually be un-entertaining, boring, and convoluted.

The Case for Learning to Code

While coding ‘boot camps’ have become readily available, they have historically been geared toward those who want a job in the technology industry, but not anymore.

Here Is A Method That is Helping Females And Minorities Gain Board Seats

Being on a company’s board of directors has many benefits for your career and overall professional growth.

A 90-Day Plan: The Key To Getting An Offer

Want to make a good impression during your interview with the hiring manager? Come in prepared to answer and ask thought-provok...

Why You Should Be Writing Down Your Goals

We hear a lot about the importance of goal-setting, but most of us don’t have clear and measurable goals to work towards. Even fewer of us actually have those goals written down.

From Participant To Protagonist: How Women Can Up Their Game

How many times have we heard that women talk more than men? Let’s dispel this myth. Teams at all levels of management have been analyzed along gender lines for both frequency and type of conversation.

Should I Put That On My Resume?

Writing a great resume is hard. To condense your background and accomplishments into 1-2 pages and have it stand out amongst hundreds of resumes is painful but necessary.

Great Leadership Comes Down to One Thing

If we agree leadersh​ip is an organization’s competitive advantage, there is a salient formula to allow us to understand, and I believe predict which leaders will be successful.

Three Unglamorous Truths Every Entrepreneur Should Know

As someone who started my first social venture at 24, it is hard not to look back on my own career and wish someone had told me about the unglamorous aspects of entrepreneurship.

Conflict Resolution: When Should Leaders Step In?

This article was originally featured on ForbesWoman By Zeynep IlgazIf you’ve recruited effectively, your workplace is full of diverse employees with differing strengths and weaknesses. They also ...

Interview Like a CFO

Acing an interview is all about being a cut above: confident, energized, purposeful and respected. Like anything, it is as much an inner game as it is an outer game.

Building a Brand on a Shoe String

As we all know, being an entrepreneur you get paid last. Often it is about taking the road less traveled and it can be a bumpy one, at least at first.