Alumni feature- Katie Wethman (’94) | 5 MISTAKES PEOPLE MAKE WHEN BUYING OR SELLING REAL ESTATE

With Real Estate TV shows, blog posts and near constant news about the real estate market, home buyers and sellers are more educated than ever before. Perhaps it is surprising then, that we still see buyers and sellers making the same common mistakes because they often have preconceived notions of what a real estate transaction… Read More Alumni feature- Katie Wethman (’94) | 5 MISTAKES PEOPLE MAKE WHEN BUYING OR SELLING REAL ESTATE

I DIDN’T CHECK MY EMAIL UNTIL 11:00 AM FOR A WEEK- HERE’S WHAT I LEARNED

Full disclosure: I don’t do morning routines. The only thing I do every day is groggily roll over in bed when my alarm goes off and check my email. According to everything I’ve ever read on the subject, it’s just about the worst thing you can do for your productivity—and I was starting to feel like… Read More I DIDN’T CHECK MY EMAIL UNTIL 11:00 AM FOR A WEEK- HERE’S WHAT I LEARNED

Whether we’re starting a new job or gunning for a promotion at our current one, we all know that we should be negotiating. Or do we? A survey by Salary.com revealed that only 37% of people always negotiate their salaries—while an astonishing 18% never do. Even worse, 44% of respondents claim to have never brought up the… Read More

HOW TO CREATE AN INCLUSIVE CULTURE WHEN YOU HAVE OFFICES AROUND THE WORLD

Office chemistry can be tough to engineer, particularly for larger companies with employees worldwide. The traditions and norms in Europe may vary vastly from those in Asia, and vice versa. We all know that culture is incredibly important, but do the same principles hold true when you have offices in say the United States, China,… Read More HOW TO CREATE AN INCLUSIVE CULTURE WHEN YOU HAVE OFFICES AROUND THE WORLD