MSNBC Anchor Alex Wagner on Creating Her Own Career Path
At 36, Alex Wagner has accomplished what many women dream of doing: she has successfully transitioned her career through multiple industries (not to mention worked for George Clooney). Glamour Editor in Chief Cindi Leive visits her at her MSNBC studio to hear her secrets to career success.
Goldman Sachs Foundation President Dina Powell sits down with Glamour's Editor-in-Chief Cindi Leive to talk about leadership, community involvement, and the power of women entrepreneurs; as the head of Goldman Sachs Foundation, Dina oversees philanthropic initiatives like 10,000 Women, which empowers women entrepreneurs around the world by providing business education and access to networks and capital. Listen in for her best advice on achieving both personal and professional goals.
High school sports experience translates into better success in the workplace, according to a Cornell bio-data study. Cornell University's Kevin Kniffin, the study's co-author joins the News Hub with Sara Murray. Photo: Getty
Growing use of videoconferencing and social media at work are making "likability" a more important career skill, recent research shows. Sue Shellenbarger and "The Likeability Factor" author Tim Sanders have tips on Lunch Break. Photo: Getty Images.
Colleges, under increased pressure to justify the cost of education, are having a hard time getting proof of graduates' success in finding well-paying jobs. Melissa Korn reports on Lunch Break. Photo: Erica Gannett for The Wall Street Journal.
A major new survey by Gallup finds that it isn’t where you go to college that is predictive of whether you are successful at work and happy in life - rather, it matters what you do while you’re in school that counts. Douglas Belkin reports. Photo: Getty Images.
Adam Grant is the youngest tenured professor at the Wharton School and one of the most popular. His new book "Give and Take" offers insights into how our daily interactions with others contribute to our own success.