4 Skills Aspiring C-Suite Execs Must Have

  • Posted by YCYT
  • On July 16, 2018
There are 4 key skill sets that you need develop early on if you want to make it to and succeed in the c-suite. Dean Sally Blount and Perry Yeatman offer insight on developing these skills. Read more here..
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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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Launch Your Career on the Right Trajectory

  • Posted by YCYT
  • On May 8, 2018
The post-college years are critical to setting a strong career trajectory. Getting it “right” in this decade can pay off for women later in their 30s with faster promotions and better career options, leading to even bigger opportunities and financial rewards in their 40s, 50s, and beyond. Sally Blount and Perry Yeatman discuss what exactly […]
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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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Podcast: Keep Your Career from Derailing

  • Posted by YCYT
  • On June 9, 2017
Podcast: Keep Your Career from Derailing Are you doing everything you can to keep your career on track? Often, the answer is not clear. But a bit of self-reflection can reveal some tendencies that lead promising careers to falter. Carter Cast, a clinical assistant professor of innovation and entrepreneurship at the Kellogg School and author […]
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