Tag Archive: interview

Crafting Your #GirlBoss Elevator Pitch

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One of the hardest questions that I received during my business school interviews was, “You have 60 seconds to sell yourself to the Admissions Committee. Go.” Let’s be honest, “elevator pitches” are awkward and… Continue reading

Meet Harvard entrepreneur: Elsa Sze, CEO and founder of Agora

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Women’s iLab celebrates Harvard University, Harvard Business School and Harvard Kennedy School for being leaders in education for developing female founders and gender-equal companies through our Harvard Entrepreneur column.  Elsa Sze is CEO… Continue reading

Preparing for an Interview? Let your Culture Skills Shine!

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There’s been a shift in the mindset of hiring managers and entrepreneurial leaders. Where once technical skills, educational background and work experience were considered the top priorities, now culture skills are considered a… Continue reading

Ellen Pao on Reaction to Kleiner Case, Workplace Sexism and Running Reddit

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On Thursday, Ellen Pao sat down with The Wall Street Journal in her first interview since she lost her legal battle against venture-capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. Speaking from the San… Continue reading

Interviewing at a Startup: How to Dress to Showcase your Skills

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Startup companies are known for their relaxed rules with regards to work attire. In fact, casual dress code is often considered a major perk of working for a startup. However, when it comes… Continue reading

Realizing the Consulting Dream: Success Tips from Female Execs

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Three female executives talk about how to embark on a consulting career and how to be successful in it. Last Wednesday Consultant Lounge hosted their annual networking event for women in consulting at… Continue reading