Forbes Magazine recently published an article online entitled “Follow These 10 Steps to Achieve Transformational Change. ” It outlined ten tips from author Wendy Darling, who “specializes in helping executives and entrepreneurs to achieve life changing transformations.” Here is a brief summary of the tips:
At the General Body Meeting on November 19th, we watched and discussed Pantene's "Not Sorry" commercial. Let's continue the discussion on the idea that women say "sorry" too often. Do you agree or disagree? What experiences do you have with this? What can we do to change this? Watch the video and leave your comments below...
As we start to see finals season looming on the horizon, one way to put the stress and workload into perspective is to take a moment and read up on current leaders in the field. Seeing what people have accomplished in an area you are passionate about can provide both inspiration and comfort that all those late nights of studying really do pay off. A diverse group of women in healthcare is currently rising in the ranks of leadership and providing their fields with a wide gamut of impressive accomplishments, and I wanted to take a moment to highlight a few.
I was inspired by Kristin’s post from last week and I thought I’d highlight a great resource on campus for career development: the Michigan Alumni Association. The Alumni Association provides a host of career resources for current students including:
For any professional to be successful in a stressful environment, it is important they put on emphasis keeping up their wellness. This means working to keep up the eight dimensions of holistic wellness: emotional, environmental, financial, intellectual, occupational, physical, social, and spiritual wellness.
Forbes Magazine had published an article in February 2014 titled, “The Most Undervalued Leadership Traits of Women” by Glenn Llopis. This article highlights six traits that are seen in women leaders but are not valued as much as they should be. The six skills include: opportunity-driven, strategic, passionate, entrepreneurial, purposeful and meaningful, and traditions and family.
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