Author Archives: Career Development Center

How to Develop Strong Followership Skills

If you aspire to hold a leadership role one day, you first need to learn how to be a great follower. Today, many organizations are pushing back on leadership-centric structures and instead relying on team-centered approaches—which depend on active followership …

By Meagan Solloway - Vault
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Drafting the Perfect Out-of-Office Email

If you’re reading this, chances are you’re seeking the perfect language to use in your out-of-office auto-reply for some upcoming time away from work. An OOO email is one of those messages that may seem simple in theory, but without an example, it …

By Shelley Awe - Vault
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Women in STEM Career Fair: ‘Beyond the Glass Ceiling’ Panel Discussion

Our recent Women in STEM Career Fair featured a panel discussion entitled “Beyond the Glass Ceiling.” The discussion included panelists from Infosys, Instrumental, Trinity Life Sciences, and Holland & Hart, and focused on how to navigate the interview process, negotiating offers, issues …

By Vault Careers - Vault
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Women in STEM Career Fair: Fireside Chat with Society for Science CEO Maya Ajmera

Maya Ajmera is president and CEO of Society for Science and publisher of its award-winning magazine, Science News. She’s also the recipient of the 2020 National Science Board Public Service Award, recognized for her tremendous contribution to increasing the public’s …

By Vault Careers - Vault
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5 Rules for Remarkable Remote Leadership

Whether you’re a newly promoted leader or you have years of management experience behind you, it can seem daunting to manage a remote team. So, to help you become a strong remote leader, here are five rules to follow.

1. …

By Veronika Biliavska - Vault
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When, Why, and How to Use Personal References in a Job Search

Wouldn’t it be great if you could walk into your ideal company, tell them about yourself, and score your dream job right on the spot? Unfortunately, a job search takes a bit more effort than that, and employers want to …

By Kaila Kea-Lewis - The Muse
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Urban, Suburban, or Rural Practice: Pros and Cons

For physicians, leaving training (whether that be residency or fellowship) signals a major shift in agency over one’s life. This may sound dramatic, but from medical school acceptance to matching, the geographic location of one’s posting is more often a …

By Laura Gilroy, MD - Hospital Recruiting
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Hospital Recruiting | Physician and Healthcare Job Board.
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Career Advice for College Students: 5 Tips to Build a Strong Foundation

College years are all about that hustle and bustle. From attending classes and parties to tackling exams and social life, there’s little spare time on your hands.

Even so, college years are crucial for career building. It’s the right time …

By Lucy Manole - Vault
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How to Improve Your Executive Presence

In professional service industries such as management consulting, it’s important to have “executive presence” and continue to develop it. You won’t be able to grow your career without it.

Typically, executive presence refers to the way you present yourself—how you …

By Vibhu Sinha - Vault
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7 Improv Techniques That’ll Make Conversations at Work Less Awkward and More Productive

Talking to people at work can be challenging and stressful. Whether you’re attending meetings, conversing with clients, or just making small talk in the hallway, nerves can start to take over. What do you do with your hands? How long …

By Megan Gray - The Muse
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Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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