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Bestselling Author Charlene Li on Professional Networking

Networking is more than getting desired connections. More importantly, it’s what you give in relationships that count toward your networking success.

Best-Selling Author Charlene Li Defines What it Takes to be an Open Leader

Open leadership is a series of relationships that come with the challenge of inspiring others to follow you. Letting go of control is key.

How a Mentor Can Lead to Career Success

Dr. Connie Johnson’s career was shaped by mentorship. She has a passion for it, and she discusses the importance of mentorship in career advancement.

The Impact of a Mentor

Dr. Emad Rahim's mentor pushed him toward confidence while improving his writing and speaking abilities. Mentors motivate us to reach our potential.

My Worst Meeting Moment from CTU Chief Academic Officer, Dr. Connie Johnson

Unprepared and anxious –these are often familiar feelings during meetings. A CTU education confidently prepares you for life’s important meetings.

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