Mary Kathryn Kinley

Mary Kathryn Kinley

Mary Kathryn Kinley is a recent graduate of North Carolina State University. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Sport Management with a minor in Business Administration. Mary Kathryn currently serves the Alumni Association as an Administrative Assistant. She is a proud alumna of NC State and loves working for the Alumni Association!

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Why Having a Mentor Is Important for Career Growth

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The days of getting a degree and working in one field into retirement are long gone. While there’s no clear consensus as to the number, recent reports suggest that people now change careers several times throughout their professional lives. Such a …

By Sakshi Gupta - Springboard
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6 IRL Networking Tips for Introverts

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The country is reopening, with more and more in-person events being held each day. This means that in-real-life networking will soon return. While this might be a welcome development to some, to others, including many introverts, this might be daunting. …

By Andi Croft - Vault
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The 30-60-90 Rule is a New Leader’s Most Powerful Tool for Success

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When entering a new job, the energy, excitement, and environment should fire you up and have you ready to roll your sleeves up and get to work. However, being driven solely by that energy and not taking a step back …

By Jeff Clark - Ivy Exec
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3 Creative Job-Search Strategies to Make You Stand Out

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When competing against hundreds of other job candidates for open roles, you need to think and act creatively to stand out. Here are three examples of creative ways to increase your odds of landing the role you want.

1. Expand …

By Natalie Fisher - Vault
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How to Keep Your Team Happy and Engaged

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A happy and engaged employee is a productive employee. Here are eight inexpensive ways to keep your team engaged, motivated, happy, and productive.

1. Recognize and appreciate your team

Employees who feel recognized and appreciated will typically be more engaged …

By Matt Casadona - Vault
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How to Stay Focused and Mentally Healthy at Work

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Rasmus Hougaard is on a mission to humanize the workplace. Hougaard is the founder and CEO of the Potential Project, which helps leaders at Accenture, Cisco, Lego, and other top companies manage their minds to stay focused, reduce stress, boost …

By Derek Loosvelt - Vault
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