Making the Most of CORE and Your Search

By: Derek Yun & Lucas Mears

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Core is a lot.  It is just the reality of the class and the structure of it. Along with that, you are responsible for yourself and have a responsibility …

By Trish Harper
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Tackling Leadership Struggles, Burnout, and Performance Anxiety – Harvard Business Review

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Leading a group of people can produce chronic anxiety, but many leaders who suffer from anxiety don’t even realize it. In today’s episode we explore anxiety related to leadership and how performance anxiety can hold us back …

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Making the Most of Winter Break

By: Palak Warikoo

Winter break is great for enjoying some much-needed time off. Binge watch several movies and tv shows, eat tons of food, and enjoy the break! While it is great to spend time with family and friends, it …

By Trish Harper
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The Unexpected Benefits of Pursuing a Passion Outside of Work

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It seems like we’re constantly told to pursue work that we’re passionate about. At least in the United States, this advice follows people from school and into their careers. As billionaire investor Ray Dalio advises in his book Principles, “make …

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Avoiding Ghosting and Reneging

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By: Jyoti D

Fall is a recruiting season where you’ll hear a lot about students who have already accepted an offer or have pending offers on the table. If you are one of those students, congratulations!! If you aren’t, that’s …

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Leadership Mindsets for the New Economy – MIT Sloan Management Review

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Written by Douglas A. Ready.

Are you able to change the culture of your organization? It’s possible, perhaps, if you can articulate what your culture is or if you are a CEO or C-suite executive. But let me ask a …

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Bias busters: Avoiding snap judgments – McKinsey Insights

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Written by Tim Koller, Dan Lovallo, and Phil Rosenzweig
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The board of a mining company thinks it’s time for a new CEO, one who understands the increased role of technology in the industry and can inspire the next …

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Why Groups Struggle to Solve Problems Together – Harvard Business Review

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Why are so many meetings so unproductive?

Many professionals, fed up with calendars chock-full of long, disorganized, soul-bruising sessions, resort to uncharitable, even cynical explanations:

Leaders are too lazy to craft thoughtful agendas.
Managers hold pointless meetings as a way to …

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Why You Should Go to Networking Events

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By: Derek Yun

As a Questrom student, you’ve probably seen the Events tab on Handshake. Whether you’ve stumbled upon it or gone on purpose, as you scroll through the limitless events, you may start asking yourself why you aren’t already …

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Ace the Interview with Specific Company Research

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By: Lucas Mears

Landing an interview is a huge accomplishment! You finally have an opportunity to talk face to face with someone and fully explain yourself! When most people imagine an interview, they imagine the standardized questions they may be …

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