Do you remember your first internship? My first internship was at Simon & Schuster. I was in high school. My internship turned into a part time job. My internship was probably the best thing I could have experienced as a high schooler. I thoroughly enjoyed my time at Simon & Schuster, and now I am
We search for work life balance and honest conversation but the truth is, we struggle with it all. What can leaders do to make sure they make the time to form meaningful connections while finding time for themselves? In this episode, Kishshana sits down with Ron Rapatalo to talk about what’s getting in the way
In this episode, Kishshana sits down with Deborah T. Owens founder of Corporate Alley Cat. Corporate Alley Cat addresses the unique experiences and needs of people of color in Corporate America.
Recently, a client asked me to give some advice to his new team. Most of them are new professionals passionate about their work and eager to make their mark. It got me thinking about what I would tell my younger self if I could go back and do it again. One of the occupational hazards
There was a time in my life when I just loved (and I mean LOVED) a buffet. Maybe it’s the Gemini in me that loves choices and options. Maybe it’s the infinite combinations of meat, starch and overcooked veggies. Or maybe it’s the dessert table? I don’t know what it is but if there was