When it comes to looking for your dream job or dream date, the processes are actually very similar. Here’s how to get clear about what you want.
Monthly Archives: August 2014
In 31 short, targeted chapters, author Keith Ferrazzi transforms networking from a dirty word into a genuine process by highlighting how to build real relationships and why giving is as important as getting.
This book by author Katie Kross provides, not only MBAs, with the nuts and bolts of how to find your way in the industry, conduct your job search and best direct your resources to find a sustainability career.
The Social Progress Index, launched this week at a breakfast briefing hosted by Deloitte in London, says GDP may not be the whole story when it comes to measuring countries’ well being.
The Bard MBA in Sustainability Program is now accepting RFPs for its 2014-2015 NYCLab student consultancy project. Apply before 2 September.
Careers in the impact economy can be hard to come by and the routes in are yet to be formally mapped. However, there are actually a number of potential avenues open to you, it’s just a matter of navigating the market a bit.
Social media can be a social entrepreneur’s best friend — a fascinating, engaging best friend, but a demanding one too. How can a busy person make the most of it without becoming its slave?
Earlier this month, the UK based Institute of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability (ICRS) had their public launch, signaling a new era for CR and Sustainability professionals.