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Staff Development

Cut cost without cutting staff…Trust your team It’s easier to train someone to be better than to hire and train a new staff member. Rather than cutting staff to reduce costs, I try it redirect my staff to improve inefficient … Continue reading

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Professional Development

I always hear great things about him. He recently gave me a great piece of advice that I’ve put into practice: out of all your direct reports, have two that you’re focused on developing. You’re never going to have time … Continue reading

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The Entrepreneurial Community

I wish I had known sooner …about the mentoring program at Score.org, an organization that provides free counseling to small business owners. I am now working with a retired lawyer, who’s helping me expand my community outreach program

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Representation

If in high school i’d felt as if I were representing my neighborhood, now at Princeton  I was representing my race. Anytime I found my voice in class or nailed an exam, I quietly hoped it help make a larger … Continue reading

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Recruiting

Companies have gotten very good at providing creature comforts to developers- they have candy, free lattes, free massages- but if you ask developers what  they want, it’s a quiet place to work, with a door that closes, and more flexibility … Continue reading

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