Weighing the Risk of Taking Risks
We don’t want to be afraid of making big moves in our career, but during uncertain times, we need to be weighing the risk of taking risks.
How to Request Feedback and Actually Get It
Asking for feedback can put pressure on the person from whom you’re requesting it, which can result in radio silence or no follow-up.
How to Survive a Highly Technical Meeting
Surviving a highly technical meeting requires strong communication to ensure that everyone is coming away with the information they need.
Four Ways You Should be Using ChatGPT Today
ChatGPT is an exciting advancement for AI, and supports the idea that we all will start incorporating these technologies into our everyday jobs.
Subtle Changes You Can Make to be a Better Ally to Women in STEM
Women’s History Month is a great time for us all to reflect on how we can go the extra mile to be inclusive to all people in the workforce.
Three Things I Learned Going to the End of the World
Accomplishing a stretch goal will have unique takeaways. Paige Kassalen shares three lessons from her recent trip to Antarctica.
Subject Matter Experts Don’t Make These Three Mistakes
Eventually, we will all be known as experts in some aspect of our careers, but reaching that level can come with challenges.
Three Things to Leave in 2022, and Three Things to Bring to the New Year
The start of a new year is always a good time to reflect on the past year, and decide what we want to adjust for the year to come.
Four Reasons You Didn’t Get a Second Interview
Your relevant skills got you the first interview, but to get the second interview, you need to focus on making a connection.
Are You ‘Too Close to Your Subject’?
Being too close to your subject is inevitable, so it’s important to find ways to help yourself and your organization thrive.