Tag Archives: Career Advancement

Syllabus

Education comes in a lot of forms: historical context, contemporary truths, knowledge of self. And chances are, we’ll need a little of all three to survive our new post fact reality. Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and … Continue reading

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Power of zero

Women don’t realize their power. Once, during a seminar on interviewing for tech jobs, I said “You guys have to realize that when they give you the first offer, this is minute zero in the gender pay gap” and that’s … Continue reading

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Are You Wasting Employees’ Talent?

I divide great workers into two different camps. One group is hungry for every opportunity you can throw at them, asking about advancement from day one. I call these people “astronauts.” Light the fuse, and they’ll overshoot the moon. The … Continue reading

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Do you have any questions for me

When an interviewer asks you this question, it is very important that you have an answer. Many candidates make the mistake of saying that they have no questions at the end of the interview. What this does is communicate to … Continue reading

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Girl Boss

Studies show that women who have female dominating inner circle are more likely to attain leadership positions. One of the most rewarding things has been watching spectacular women in similar roles at similar companies—who we assume know one another- connected … Continue reading

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