You spent countless hours producing coursework, research projects, and more as part of your graduate degree. If you're like most students, that work has never again seen the light of day. This article reviews three reasons why you should turn your completed academic work into other forms and outlines five steps for doing so:
Graduate school and worry tend to go hand in hand. In this article, we present a four-step process to help you plan for success and the inevitable trade-offs you will need to make between quality, schedule, time, and capital so that you can move smoothly through times of overwhelm, stress, and temptations to quit.
High potentials are those employees that managers consider essential to their organization’s future. They enjoy a kind of special status in their companies and are groomed for career advancement. But what if you are not "in the club," even though you want to be or think you should be? Become your own high potential. This article reviews the first in a series of six steps to A-listing yourself.