Any real estate book recommendations for a n00b?
Top book recommendations ? Looking to be more well rounded. I am a consultant in the procurement space btw in case anyone has any supply chain book recommendations as well. Self improvement books too!
Any book recommendations on the financial crisis? I’ve read the big short and too big to fail
Anyone have good NON-FICTION recommendations? Enjoy self-help and psychology books (as long as they’re not overly pedantic). Already read grit, outliers, atomic habits, running (haruki murakami)
Anyone on here in organizational psychology consulting? I’ve been reading a lot of books in IO Psych. and would love to transition to that field. Currently in ERP consulting. If you could share how you got started and any advice for someone looking to go in that field (degrees/experiences/etc).
Any good book recommendations on finance?
Searched the bowl but thought i would poll for a more recent list of book recommendations. Fiction or non fiction. Hit me with your faves! Below are examples of books I recently read: Verity - Colleen Hoover Being mortal - Atul Gawande Little secrets Love, Chai, and other four letter words
Looking for book recommendations on strategy/strategic thinking. Something along the lines of Contagious but open to any options. Thanks in advance!
Taking some time off. Need some book recommendations. Some light interesting non-fiction. No self help or management books. Just interesting topics that won’t make me think about work.
Recommendations for psychology books that cover a number of ‘high-level’ topics? I’d like to learn more about human behavior- why people make the decisions they do, why drives purchases, addictions, etc. -not looking for in-depth science heavy reaources
Good book recos for planners? Or better yet, good book for Creatives that planners should read?
I’m on a project I like getting skills I need, but every week I hear about other cool projects I wish I could jump or do both at once. Anyone else?
Any company file GC on day 1 in NYC or NJ area or east coast. Maxing out in feb 2022 and on bench nothing is started. What I can do ? Please suggest. Skill set AWS/ DevOps/ Infra.
I recently took my GMAT and did very well. I am now considering business school to get my MBA. I would ideally like to quit work and enroll into a full time, 2 year program with the end goal of landing a job at MBB. For those of you that took a similar path- did you think it was a good decisions? Lessons learned? Advice?
I'm not ready to commit to serious dating and a relationship, but I also feel like everyone I meet either works for my employer or my client. Idk how to date über these circumstances.
First year lateral to K&E remote position. Entertaining taking this. Should I expect a signing bonus and/or to be made whole re: year end bonus and covid bonus?
When placed on a team where work is unevenly done/you have to start picking up the slack, how do you bring that up (nicely) in the team without going to the manager?
How do I handle working for a partner who does everything at the last minute? So far I’ve been handing in my drafts a few weeks early and then sending follow-up emails reminding her of the upcoming litigation deadlines. We have to get extensions and/or work at the last minute sometimes. Apparently the firm is well aware of her flaws. I wasn’t doing much work for this partner until her associate was terminated a few months ago. I hate working like this. Do I keep nagging her about deadlines?
Eternal q- job w stress and potential for higher pay bumps (aka consulting) or job w average salary and bumps but great WLB???
Just switched jobs. Old 401k has more than $5k and new 401k is with a different provider. Is there any reason whatsoever to move the old 401k cash anywhere, either to the new 401k or to an IRA? Given that it's more than $5k, it can stay there indefinitely, right? I'm fine with the investment options with my old 401k. And I can transfer it over to a new IRA or new 401k anytime, even years in the future, right? Given that no distribution will come to force the 60 day rule?
Anyone know Amazon RLDP comp?
I’m thankfully hitting my hours, but my firm keeps passing non-billable work my way. I am grateful for the opportunities, but this type of work always seems to find its way to the female associates at my firm. We have been told that non-billable work is irrelevant in terms of our annual hours. Any tips on how to navigate this in a thoughtful way? I want to be a team-player, but I believe that others need to step up to the plate.
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