Articles by: Tiffany
PORN ACTRESS/JUNIOR CONSULTANT

Return of Market Bears, Rise of Bond Bulls
by / on 10/04/2018 at 10:45 / in The Review

Return of Market Bears, Rise of Bond Bulls

The bears are back in force. According to the April QuickPoll, the Goldman Sachs Securities Division’s monthly survey of global clients on leading market drivers, negative market sentiment continued to climb amid worries over trade and volatility. Oscar Ostlund, head of the New York Market Strats in the Securities Division, shared his thoughts on the survey’s findings. Last month’s QuickPoll […]

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What to Do When Entry-Level Positions Need “Two Years of Experience”
by / on 04/04/2018 at 13:00 / in The Review

What to Do When Entry-Level Positions Need “Two Years of Experience”

You’ve been scouring job boards for the perfect role at the right company and finally found a serious contender. This opportunity is in your ideal industry, features all of the compelling responsibilities you’re ready to take on, and it includes a company mission you’re genuinely enthusiastic about. The only problem? The description states that the organization is specifically looking for […]

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4 Signs You’re Harder on Yourself Than You Should Be
by / on 03/04/2018 at 11:00 / in The Review

4 Signs You’re Harder on Yourself Than You Should Be

Stop being so hard on yourself. Sigh. That’s a sentiment that’s echoed around in my brain for as long as I can remember. From when I thought I totally blew my audition to play Mother Goose in my fifth grade play to when I was convinced that I bombed my first job interview, people have always been reminding me to […]

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Is the Confidence Gap Between Men and Women a Myth?
by / on 29/03/2018 at 18:00 / in Harvard Business Review

Is the Confidence Gap Between Men and Women a Myth?

How working women are kept from positions of influence and power is by now well-documented by scientists and journalists alike. While the research has not been specifically remedy-directed, where gender-based bias has been discovered some have sought to counter it with HR policy changes, training, awareness campaigns, equal opportunity legislation, and more. No small part of these countermeasures have been […]

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La Tech, Un Milieu Encore Très Masculin
by / on 20/03/2018 at 11:00 / in Tech

La Tech, Un Milieu Encore Très Masculin

L’idée de faire un bilan sur les femmes dans la tech m’est venue lorsque j’observais les membres du comité consultatif d’un organisme bien connu de conférences, et que sur 13 membres du comité, il n’y avait que deux femmes. Certes, cet organisme invite régulièrement un bon nombre de speakers féminins, mais malgré cela, son comité consultatif est loin d’être représentatif de […]

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Ce que vos mains disent de vous
by / on 19/03/2018 at 16:00 / in Management

Ce que vos mains disent de vous

L’écrivain Charles Dantzig et le psychanalyste Darian Leader scrutent nos mains dans deux ouvrages récents. L’occasion de nous intéresser à cet organe, véritable couteau suisse de l’esprit et de l’action. Enfants comme adultes, nous utilisons nos mains pour exprimer nos émotions. Montrer notre colère et notre refus par un geste saccadé, envoyer un signe de compassion à une personne dans […]

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Is #MeToo Backlash Hurting Women’s Opportunities in Finance?
by / on 12/03/2018 at 12:00 / in Harvard Business Review

Is #MeToo Backlash Hurting Women’s Opportunities in Finance?

When my mother graduated from college in 1972, she interviewed at an investment bank where a manager told her that for certain positions, women were interviewed but never hired. Even in the late 1980s, she went on interviews with headhunters who would explicitly tell her, “They want to interview a woman,” with the emphasis on “interview”— as in, not hire. Through […]

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Net Promoter for People: Give Employees a Voice, Get Their Best
by / on 09/03/2018 at 12:00 / in The Review

Net Promoter for People: Give Employees a Voice, Get Their Best

One of the most important lessons that Net Promoter® companies taught us was that the system’s success in unlocking customer loyalty relied on its ability to inspire deep commitment from employees—harnessing their energy, enthusiasm and creativity. We first had this epiphany while observing Apple Stores. Most retail jobs tend to be high-turnover, low-wage, low-satisfaction positions. But something altogether different was […]

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No one wants to build a “feel good” internet
by / on 07/03/2018 at 16:00 / in TechCrunch

No one wants to build a “feel good” internet

If there is one policy dilemma facing nearly every tech company today, it is what to do about “content moderation,” the almost-Orwellian term for censorship. Charlie Warzel of Buzzfeed pointedly asked the question a little more than a week ago: “How is it that the average untrained human can do something that multibillion-dollar technology companies that pride themselves on innovation […]

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Demographic Shifts and What They Mean for Investors
by / on 06/03/2018 at 16:00 / in The Review

Demographic Shifts and What They Mean for Investors

At KKR, we are committed to finding new ways of sharing our best individual and collective insights with our clients and partners. Our new publication, KKR Viewpoints, seeks to provide analysis and perspective on issues that we believe to be relevant to our business and broader macroeconomic world at large. This week we published the inaugural issue, authored by Ken Mehlman and Paula […]

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