Celia Berk – Chief Employee Experience Officer, JWT Worldwide; Group Talent Partner, WPP; Award-Winning Singer

  • Posted by YCYT
  • On August 15, 2018
Celia Berk didn’t set out to be a corporate executive. In fact, she moved to New York City thinking “Broadway” more than “Boardroom.” But, she quickly learned that breaking into showbiz was really hard and she actually loved working in an office. Thus began her career as an “accidental HR executive.” Through her early jobs, […]
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Dawn Sweeney on Giving Up on Perfect

  • Posted by YCYT
  • On July 24, 2018
Dawn Sweeney, President and CEO of the National Restaurant Association, shares her best advice on giving up on perfect. Listen in on iTunes, Stitcher, or online.
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Dawn Sweeney on Prioritizing

  • Posted by YCYT
  • On July 10, 2018
Dawn Sweeney, President and CEO of the National Restaurant Association, shares her best advice on prioritizing. Listen in on iTunes, Stitcher, or online.
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Dawn Sweeney – President and CEO, the National Restaurant Association

  • Posted by YCYT
  • On July 3, 2018
One could argue that Dawn Sweeney has devoted her life to food – from growing up on a farm in Maine to developing the “milk mustache” campaign to running one of the largest and most successful food associations in Washington as the President and CEO of the National Restaurant Association. In doing so, Dawn has become […]
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Thriving in the mid-career years: 3 questions women must answer

  • Posted by YCYT
  • On April 19, 2018
Surviving the mid-career years is all about clarity and taking a long-term perspective. Dean Sally Blount, of the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, and Perry Yeatman talk about why certain women survive the mid-career years to make it to the top. Read more here.
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The Top 5 Regrets Of Mid-Career Professionals

  • Posted by YCYT
  • On June 1, 2017
Kathy Caprino has spent 11 years now focused on career coaching, teaching and training, helping mid-career professionals “dig deep, discover their right work, and illuminate the world with it.” She’s seen several core themes emerge around what makes mid-career professionals (and middle-aged people in general) feel the deepest regret. Read more here.
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