New beginnings can be exciting. You're making a transition in your career and you’re reasonably sure that this shift is the right next step for you. The only problem, and it's a big one, is that you're having a hard time getting yourself motivated to get going.
On August 26, 2018, Columbia University President Lee C. Bollinger '71LAW delivered a message to the newest class of Columbia students in his Fall Convocation Address. Read on for some of the highlights and check out a transcript of his full remarks here.
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As we progress in our careers and lives, we begin to truly understand what motivates us and how we can make the best choices. For many of you, this includes the option of part-time work. Why not try to have it all—work and a life?
My latest Forbes post covers how to use the summer to keep your job search going, but you can also use the summer to advance your career. With the longer days and often slower work pace, summer is an opportune time to turn your focus on career goals outside of your day-to-day work. Here are seven ideas for tapping into summer's unique advantages to advance your career:Read more
By Rosemary Bova '71SW of the Columbia Career Coaches Network
Disengagement has become a crisis in the American workforce—from top managers to hourly employees. Its impact is felt from personal to global levels. I offer a proven GPS that can change the course of this crisis and completely eradicate it.Read more
I get a lot of questions about job security, as more anxiety stems from economic disruption due to trade wars or technology disruption due to AI (artificial intelligence) and other innovations. In my latest Forbes post, I tackle the AI question and share five strategies to thrive in the AI workplace. But whether it is AI, trade wars, or some other disruption that changes your job, the best job security comes from being more valuable to your company by being there than by leaving.Read more