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A recruiter’s perspective on the state of diversity in the MBA industry.

For the past 14 years, I have been recruiting grad students for more than 50 MBA schools. Most of them reside in the US and a few in Europe. I have recruited military officers for several reasons. Aside from being leaders and desirable students, one reason is because the military is the largest diversity employer […]

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MBA Applications – Simple, Surprise & Significant

Last week, we forwarded a post about 3 tips for building the perfect college application, from a CEO who went to Harvard for free. We called it the three (3) S’s of applications. Here is my quick take on the approach which I shared while coaching a 24-year old MBA applicant. Be Simple. Is where […]

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Takeaways for Military Transitioners, Women & Career Portfolioists

All of us undergo transition and opportunity change throughout our personal and work lives. I join you on this constant journey as, 10 months ago, I recently made another pivot.┬áNot counting changes in jobs, roles or positions; I have made 6 discernible, strategic shifts in my work life. This compares to most millennials who will […]

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Success = Studying Mentors

Mentors have always been a key part of success in every walk of life. There are numerous examples of mentors who were teachers, colleagues, coaches and even adversaries of other people who went on to produce great works of accomplishment. Sir Issac Newton once wrote his rival Robert Hooke and referenced their predecessor Descartes saying, […]

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