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From Expert to Leader: Transitioning into an Executive Role with Confidence

After years as a manager, you’ve finally landed your first executive role! 

This is an exciting development but can also be a difficult one, as not every manager successfully transitions into an executive role. For instance, one corporation found that …

By Ivy Exec
Ivy Exec is your dedicated career development resource.
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Ethical Leadership in an AI World: Navigating Complex Challenges with Integrity

In a recent survey, IBM found that global adoption of AI in business grew 35% in 2022 – a four percent point increase from 2021.

Additionally, 44% of businesses plan to add AI technologies to their current applications and processes. 

“AI …

By Ivy Exec
Ivy Exec is your dedicated career development resource.
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Four Yale SOM Alumnae Named to Forbes’ ‘50 Over 50’ List

The magazine honored Amena Ali ’90, Gina Boswell ’89, Ranji Nagaswami ’86, and Nancy Pfund ’82.

Four Yale SOM alumnae are among those recognized by the 2023 edition of Forbes “50 Over 50” list, which recognizes women over the age of 50 …

By Mike Minutoli
Mike Minutoli Director, Career Education and Coaching
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Leveraging Emotional Intelligence for Executive Career Success: Connecting with Others on a Deeper Level

In the workplace, emotional intelligence, or EQ, is valued more than IQ. 75% of responders to a classic CareerBuilder survey of hiring managers said they cared more about employees’ EQ than their IQ. 

“Technical competency and intelligence are important assets …

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3 Times it’s Okay to Say No at Work

“No” is one of the most common first words for English-speaking babies, but as working adults, it can be one of the hardest things to say—especially at the office.

Saying no doesn’t have to be scary, especially when it’s warranted. …

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Career Resources

Skill Building

Entrepreneurship: Finding and Testing Your Business Idea

Taught by Dave Crenshaw
The prospect of starting your own business from scratch can feel at once exhilarating and overwhelming. Before you launch a…

Being an Effective Team Member (2020)

Taught by Daisy Lovelace
It’s easy to call out the qualities that make someone a poor team member. But what makes a person invaluable…

Career Advice from Some of the Biggest Names in Business

Taught by LinkedIn News
More from LinkedIn Learning’s top experts Career Development Newsletter What if you could get career advice from the world’s most…

Entrepreneurship Foundations

Taught by Kim Kaupe
View Kim’s LinkedIn Newsletter Join Kim Kaupe as she shares the steps to becoming a successful entrepreneur. Kim begins by…

The Six Morning Habits of High Performers

Taught by Pete Mockaitis | How to Be Awesome at Your Job
Learn the six habits of the most successful people in history. Hal Elrod describes how they changed his life—and how…

Entrepreneurship: Bootstrapping Your Business

Taught by Kim Kaupe
View Kim’s LinkedIn Newsletter Bootstrapping—starting and growing a business without outside funding—allows founders to play by their own rules. Curious…

Introduction to Negotiation: A Strategic Playbook for Becoming a Principled and Persuasive Negotiator

Taught by Barry Nalebuff
This course will help you be a better negotiator. Unlike many negotiation courses, we develop a framework for analyzing and…