One of my mentors has elevated the quote “Feedback is a gift” to a near mantra for our team. Occasionally, the quote has served as an introduction to a piece of imminent personal feedback, prompting me to ask “Does it come with a gift receipt?” Personally and professionally, it can be difficult to ask for … More Feedback is a Gift
Disclaimer: This blog is not intended to be political in nature. I am not interested in discussing or debating the performance of any particular POTUS, past or present, nor is the content of tonight’s State of the Union (SOTU) address at all relevant here. I have written this piece without having watched, heard or read about … More Has the State of the Union Address Become Obsolete?
As a graduate student, I am often asked what I studied as an undergraduate, and my answer seems to genuinely confuse most people. After performing this experiment dozens of times in the last 8 months, I’ve gathered that it’s rare for an MBA student to answer that question with “I went to art school and … More The Communication Factor