Career Advice

Career Advice

By David Epstein

Have You Ever Felt That You’re in the Wrong Place in Your Career, in Your Life?

Todd Rose, director of Harvard’s Mind, Brain, and Education program, and computational neuroscientist Ogi Ogas cast a broad net when they set out to study…

Read more >

Career Advice

By The Quiet Leadership Institute

Man shaking hand while drinking coffee

“Network” Is a Noun

Networking gives you the hives? Here is a better way!

Read more >

Career Advice

By The Quiet Leadership Institute

How to Win the Career Lottery

Find the work you were born to do.

Read more >

Career Advice

By The Quiet Leadership Institute

Success Doesn’t Need to Be Strenuous – Here’s How

How to find success through happiness.

Read more >

Career Advice

By The Quiet Leadership Institute

Meeting Hacks, Natural Attractors, and the New Work Summit

Explore the future of work with Susan Cain, LinkedIn’s Pat Wadors, and the New York Times’ Charles Duhigg.

Read more >

Career Advice

By Val Nelson

Woman and man chatting about work

Dear Val: Do I Need to Be an Extrovert to Be a Good Mentor?

Join Val as she helps an introverted mentor understand the value she’s giving her mentees, despite not being the most well-networked and outspoken person in the room.

Read more >

Career Advice

By Val Nelson

woman typing on a laptop

Dear Val: How Introverts Can Excel in Online Discussions

When the conversation moves from in-person to online discussions, I have a hard time participating.

Read more >