Stern Undergraduates Advocate for Corporate ActionThe Call for Corporate Action: NYU Stern Student Voices, Spring 2011 is a collection of undergraduate essays from the Stern social impact course, Business and its Publics: Inquiry and Discourse. Students were asked to "identify a contemporary situation where a specific corporation has an opportunity to solve a social problem." Over 450 first year students completed this assignment and ten finalists were selected. NYU students themselves edited, designed and added their own photographs to make this Business and its Publics magazine a reality. Dean Peter Henry has written the introduction. Read more >>
Adjunct instructor Michelle Tillis Lederman's new book“When networking feels like something you have to do rather than want to do, it’s hard to motivate yourself to do it at all, let alone do it well,” acknowledges Michelle Tillis Lederman, a respected expert on effective business and interpersonal communications. In her new book, THE 11 LAWS OF LIKABILITY: Relationship Networking…Because People Do Business with People They Like (AMACOM; September 2011), Lederman shows how networking can be as easy, enjoyable, and fulfilling as having a conversation with friends—and still be highly beneficial to career goals. Forget the conventional emphasis on business transactions, work-related topics, targeted objectives, and self-serving thoughts. Lederman encourages networkers to radically shift their thinking and place a priority on something everyone can relate to, something at the heart of honest, engaging conversations and meaningful connections: liking and being liked.
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