Career Advice from Senior Leaders: Simon Sproule, Chief Marketing Officer & Vice President at Aston Martin

Posted by David Grossman on Wed,Sep 05, 2018

So far in our Career Advice series we’ve touched on looking for intersections in your work, and how it can fuel innovation, the strength that comes with asking for help and why work is personal. I hope you’ve found some insights that have resonated with you so far.

Next up is having a passion for what you do (whether you’re just entering the workforce or are a seasoned professional).

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Career Advice from Senior Leaders: Charlene A. Wheeless, Principal Vice President, Global Corporate Affairs, Bechtel Corporation

Posted by David Grossman on Mon,Jul 30, 2018

My previous post in this series talked about the importance of asking for help when you need it – not after you need it, and how it’s a sign of strength as a professional. It’s been received well by folks across the career spectrum, and I hope it was something that spoke to you, too.

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Career Advice from Senior Leaders: Anne Toulouse, Vice President, Global Brand Management at Boeing

Posted by David Grossman on Wed,Jul 11, 2018

I shared the first piece of advice in our Career Advice series a few weeks ago, which covered the topic of finding intersections in your work, and recognizing that it’s okay to not have all the answers. I hope it resonated with you or someone you know.

Next, I want to share some wisdom on the importance of asking for help – especially before it’s too late.

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Career Advice from Senior Leaders: First Up is Jennifer Leemann, Vice President, Internal Communications at Tapestry

Posted by David Grossman on Mon,Jun 25, 2018

It’s graduation season again – one of my favorite times of year. Not just because I get to see family and friends’ children take the next step in their lives, but also because it’s the time of year where new and fresh minds start to enter the workforce. I remember the feeling well and it comes with mixed emotions: excitement and often some angst in starting a first or a new job.

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