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Career advice for millennials (and really, anyone) from Margaret Heffernan

It’s a month after graduation, which means the luckiest new college grads are a month deep into internships and entry-level jobs. How to stand out? Business writer Margaret Heffernan suggests: Start by taking a coffee break with your coworkers. 983 more words

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TED@BCG focuses on the many meanings of growth

Growth is usually a good thing. For a person, it means more wisdom; for a business, it means more profit; for a country, it means increased prosperity. 1,019 more words

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TED Talk Tuesday: Why it’s time to forget the pecking order at work by Margaret Heffernan

Celebrated as the 2000th TED Talk, this 15 minute TED Talk is definitely worth your time to watch, especially if are a small business owner. Large companies and corporations have long believed in only supporting the “superstars” in order to best benefit the company. 104 more words

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The TED Talks library, now 2,000 talks strong

As you read this, imagine balloons and confetti fluttering to the ground around you. Because we just posted the 2,000th TED Talk.

On June 16, 2015, Margaret Heffernan’s “ 382 more words

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TED Talk Inspiration: Margaret Heffernan

Dare to disagree! Margaret Heffernan gave an entertaining and inspiring talk about arguments and conflicts which can be enriching and can  help you progress in life.

Margaret Heffernan Exposes Wall Street’s Big Lie on CEO Pay

Source: Wall Street on Parade, by Pam Martens and Russ Martens

Stanley Fischer, the Vice Chairman of the Federal Reserve, was seated in the audience when author and consultant, Margaret Heffernan, dropped her bombshell at the “Finance & Society” conference on May 6 of this year. 398 more words

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Rethinking work, feminism, connection: The talks in Session 2 of TEDWomen 2015

Some ideas simmer below the surface. This session is dedicated to speakers who bubble them up, from a surprising management thinker to an Ebola researcher who found new inspiration in a song. 1,213 more words

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