Supersize Your Resume with an ePortfolio

Now that you are ready to graduate, what do you plan for the future? Organizations look for people who bring new perspectives, creativity and life experiences to their teams.

The Neuroscience Behind Business Leadership

With the popularity of leaders serving as coaches versus managers only, a new model of organizational change has risen in neuroleadership. It focuses on the one-on-one relationship between leaders and their followers.


Turning an Interrogation into a Successful Interview

Preparing for an interview can be daunting, and as much as you try to prepare for a successful and engaging interview, there is one component of the process that you cannot control – the interviewer.

Interviewing is an art that not all managers possess. Put bluntly, an interview with a bad interviewer can feel like an interrogation. When the interviewer fires off a list of questions, it can add to your anxiety level and distract you from presenting your qualifications.


Stuck In A Workplace Rut? Try Improv.

By Nick Morgan Forbes Recently, I had the pleasure of engaging in a Q and A with Cathy Salit, head of Performance of a Lifetime and author of Performance Breakthrough: A Radical to Success at Work, Hachette, 2016. Salit applies principles from the world of acting and Improv to work scenarios in order to help […]

The Need for Legal Knowledge in the Modern Business Environment

Knowledge of employment law is of particular importance for the leaders of business and industry today. Everyone makes mistakes, but in the world of employment litigation, even a small oversight can lead to class-action lawsuits and tremendous financial expenses.