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Women make up just 4 percent of U.S. CEOs and 25 percent of senior level managers. Why aren't women climbing the corporate ladder at the same rate as men? Kelley School of Business Dean Idie Kesner and Clinical Professor of Management Carolyn Goerner weigh in and talk change in the Indy Star: indy.st/1XeMXIQ
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Millennials have a reputation of entitlement and disloyalty. Eric Johnson says that is flat out wrong. Read the director of Kelley Graduate Career Service's defense of Millenials via Poets & Quants: bit.ly/1WlC6ha
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Whether you're on the job hunt or content in your position, you should always have a great 30-second elevator pitch. Read more from Kendell Brown, Associate Director of Alumni Career Services: http://bit.ly/1SMm6nH
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Want that next big promotion? You have to prepare for it! Learn how at Kelley's free alumni webinar on May 12. Register >> http://bit.ly/26vbrSq
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Ari Gold and other fictitious Hollywood bosses are demanding and disrespectful—an accurate depiction according to Kyle Hebenstreit, who started his career at talent agencies and studios. At Kelley and his Cummins Inc internship, Kyle redefined his understanding of effective, empowering leadership.

Read about Kyle's leadership journey >> http://bit.ly/1NTZ2ft
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Our undergraduate program rose to fourth overall in Bloomberg's annual ranking—and we're No. 1 among all public universities. Read more >> bit.ly/1NzObr0
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VIDEO: What sets a Kelley MBA apart from their peers? Danielle Amfahr, director of strategic business development at 3M, says it's the can-do attitude and spirit of collaboration. >> http://kelley.iu.edu/promo/lp/mba/gcs-recruiters/3m/
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At Kelley, we don’t expect you to have your career figured out. We work with you to uncover your strengths to chart a course to success. See how Me, Inc., career coaches and early networking with top companies helped Caroline Jansen, MBA’17, focus on a new career path. >> http://kelley.iu.edu/promo/lp/mba/cc-caroline-jansen/
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Networking is essential, but doesn’t always come naturally. Karan Wilson, MBA’17, is developing his personal brand to connect with prospective employers & tell his story with confidence. Learn more >> http://kelley.iu.edu/promo/lp/mba/cc-karan-wilson/index.html
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Working with people from different backgrounds, disciplines and countries in the Kelley School MBA program helped prepare Steven Netter, MBA’04, for a important project in his career. #MyKelleyMoment
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