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Sustainable Development Depends on Women’s Leadership

November 13, 2020

Research has shown that women are critical to a stronger, healthier economy and slashing poverty rates. So as we move into a Decade of Action against global injustice, the spotlight turns on to women eager to lead.

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You’ve just launched an incredible new product — your brainchild that you’ve been dreaming up for years — but instead of feeling successful and proud, you feel defeated and confused. Inventory isn’t moving like it should be. But your website hasn’t crashed from a sudden influx of online sales. And it’s not that your product […]

How Networking Can Help Your Business Grow

April 27, 2016

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Mandatory Annual Employee Training

April 12, 2016

Everyone who feels inspired and excited about opening an email with “Employee Training” in the subject line, raise your hand. Yeah, that’s what we thought. (We’ve gotten those emails, too.) What if those employee training sessions were actually engaging? What if they became enjoyable opportunities for the people in your organization? We’re not kidding: that […]

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You did your research, you nailed your interview and you were offered your dream internship. Now what? How can you ensure you have a successful internship? Follow these five tips to impress your supervisor and optimize your time as an intern. Treat Your Internship Like a Real JobAbove all else, acting professionally should be your top […]

How to Make the Most of Your Internship

March 30, 2016

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The Value of Volunteering

February 10, 2016

In today’s business world, employee volunteer programs are as commonplace as meetings, business trips and conference calls. Some of the most notable organizations have taken strides to increase their philanthropic efforts and create robust employee volunteer programs. Yet, some still question the value of volunteering. To some, volunteering is a one-sided equation offering benefits only […]

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For senior public relations students across the country, interviewing a senior level practitioner is standard. I have been interviewed by many students, but only Joshua stands out in my mind. Will Rogers is credited with saying, “You never get a second chance to make a first impression.” Research indicates that we make that first impression […]

5 Steps to a Positive First Impression

March 2, 2015

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