Monthly Archives: November 2011

Choose quality over quantity—always

In my presentations lessons for first-year business students I emphasize that they should break their talks into three to five easily-digested chunks. It’s a message I say over and over again to students, and still it often doesn’t get through. … Continue reading

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St. Lawrence College Advertising students reflect on the secrets to career success

The secret to career success as a student in the School of Business—read all about it here: Taylor O’Neill ruminates about how close her career really is: http://tayloroneill.wordpress.com/ Keiffer Lafrance realizes after the significance of business cards from Ricardo: http://hitmybanjoe.blogspot.com/Continue reading

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Let the students do the teaching

One of the best pieces of teaching advice I received as a new St. Lawrence College instructor came from School of Business professor Tom Brennan. Our conversation took place in 2008 when I was struggling to develop diverse teaching approaches … Continue reading

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