General Professional Development

Managing Yourself | Succeed in New Situations

“For most of the executives and students I coach, the difficulty isn’t in understanding how to introduce themselves, ask questions, or recall names. It is in fighting natural biases against social risk and changing lifelong habits. Real progress comes only through mindful reflection and practice. Be patient but committed, and remember that as you become more confident with introductions, names, and questions, you’ll set yourself up to be more proactive and effective at all the other skills required to be a successful newcomer at any event, office, or organization.” – Keith Rollag, Associate Professor at Babson College

By Kai Kelley Jr. (he/him)
Kai Kelley Jr. (he/him) Career Advisor, Discovery & Exploration Career Community
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Reasons Why You Should Consider a Rotational Program

A rotational program is a great way for you to learn the ins and outs of a business, learn new skills, and explore different areas that you may be curious about. Essentially a rotational program is designed by companies to …

By Alicia Rhodes (she/hers)
Alicia Rhodes (she/hers) Assistant Director, Career Services
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Women In Consulting – Discussion Panel

Join ADP Consulting Club & the Consulting Club at Texas Medical Center for an event featuring women consultants representing 6 consulting firms. We invited women consultants from McKinsey, Bain, BCG, LEK, Health Advances, and IQVIA as our panelists across 2 …

By Stacia Solomon (she/hers)
Stacia Solomon (she/hers) Associate Director, Career Readiness
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Gen Z is growing up and burning out

Employers, in particular, want to know how Gen Z feels about remote work, social causes, burnout, and everything in between. To that end, there have been a slew of surveys and studies attempting to help employers understand Gen Z (and millennial) workers, including recent reports from Deloitte, Indeed, and Asana.

By Kai Kelley Jr. (he/him)
Kai Kelley Jr. (he/him) Career Advisor, Discovery & Exploration Career Community
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Questions to Ask Yourself if You’re a College Student Trying to Pick a Career

College students are under a lot of pressure. There’s pressure to do well academically, to network with peers, and to hold down a job with very little time to master it all. There’s also the pressure of choosing a career …

By Finnegan Pierson - Firsthand
We help applicants, students, job-seekers and professionals like you find the right career path using the power of firsthand experiences.
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Good Anxiety: Harnessing Its Power for Good (Book Bite)

Next Big Idea Club
What if you were told that you could leverage your anxiety just like a superpower? Seriously. Would you believe it?…

At Your Best: Managing Your Time and Priorities (Book Bite)

Next Big Idea Club
Do you ever feel like you just don’t have the time and energy for everything you need to do? In…

Lifelong Learning as a Tool for Building Your Career

Living Corporate
In this audio-only course, host Sheneisha White speaks with Dr. Jacquelyn Malcolm, the CIO and VP of Enrollment, Marketing &…

How to Change: Getting to Where You Want to Be (Book Bite)

Next Big Idea Club
Are you working toward positive changes but struggling to get there? In her 2021 book How to Change: The Science…

Build a Successful Career in Project Management

Oliver Yarbrough
Do you want to get into project management? Maybe you’re already in project management, but you want to grow. Either…

How to Write a Press Release

Andrea Holland
Learn how to write press releases: formal, official announcements regarding something new or significant about you or your business. Done…

You Need a Career Development Plan

Macmillan Publishers
You can’t navigate your way to career success without first plotting a course. Having a career development strategy can be…

Human Leadership

Erica Keswin
Being a leader in today’s world comes with no shortage of complex challenges. How do you manage your team effectively…

Connecting Your Work to Your Purpose

Finding your purpose can give you a greater sense of purpose and can lead to countless benefits, including increased productivity,…

Lead with Inquiry, Improvisation, and Intuition

Natalie Nixon
Did you know that you can apply your soft skills as a creative to be a better leader? In today’s…

3ds Max to Unreal Engine Workflow and Troubleshooting

Brian Bradley
If you have 3D designs that you want to take from 3ds Max and make interactive, you’ve probably already explored…

Concept Visualization

Bill Shander
If you want to convey abstract ideas and more straightforward concepts quickly and effectively, concept visualization is here to help.…

How to Create a Career You Love

Jodi Glickman
View Jodi’s LinkedIn Newsletter Are you tired of searching for the perfect job, new role, or elusive assignment that’s going…

Team Collaboration in Microsoft 365

Nick Brazzi
Microsoft 365 tools like Teams, Planner, and OneDrive are designed with collaboration in mind, yet many users aren’t leveraging all…

Hybrid Project Management: Do What Works

Cyndi Snyder Dionisio
The field of project management is evolving rapidly. Successful project managers know how to leverage predictive approaches, such as waterfall,…

Digital Transformation: A Toolkit for Non-Programmers

Attul Sehgal
Digital transformation is never straightforward, and if you’re not a programmer, it can be quite a slog. But with new…

Advanced Facebook Advertising

Michael Taylor
If you’re in marketing, the only thing worse than not having a social media marketing strategy is having a bad…

Use an Entrepreneurial Mindset to Find Success and Fulfillment at Work

Erin Shrimpton
So often, our measure of success comes from someone or somewhere else. Entrepreneurial thinking can help you define success on…

Coping with Impostor Syndrome to Build Career Confidence

Emilie Aries
If you’ve ever found yourself feeling unworthy of promotions, opportunities, or accolades; constantly worried about being discovered as a fraud…

Taking Ownership in Your Career

Having ownership, or full control and accountability, over your career goes beyond basic planning or career conversations. When you truly…
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