We wanted to dig a bit deeper into introversion as it applies to social change leadership, so we reached out to Susan Cain, author of QUIET: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking.
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The webinar we hosted with Courtney Young-Law, CEO of Fundamentum shows you how to turn a job interview into a conversation through preparation and confidence.
You’re not sure if your resume will ever make it past the robots—also known as the applicant tracking system (ATS)—that many organizations use to screen applicants. It’s easy to appeal to a human, but what on earth can you say to a machine?
I’m not big on good-byes, so I’ll just say: Don’t be a stranger!
Most people search for scholarships to help cover the cost of their graduate degree. However, there are plenty of other resources available, if you do a little digging.
How long should your cover letter be? A simple question, right? But if you ask different people, you might get a different answer each time.
If you’re ready to develop new skills, or brush up on old ones, consider enrolling in one of these free online courses from the newly launched Philanthropy University.
We write about burnout quite a bit here because we know it’s a challenge many changemakers face. Over time, certain patterns and lessons emerge about what burnout looks like and how we can deal with it.
Exploration is a big part of finding your passion; you have to try different things, in different settings, in order uncover what you love. However, while exploring you also risk failing, which we tend to avoid. In this way, could a fear of failure hold us back?
How can we make sense of our employment history so we can figure out what we love doing, apply to the right jobs, and catch the eye of a hiring manager?