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Leadership and Business

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Leadership and Business

Raymond A. Mason School of Business

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William & Mary’s rich history of educating leaders continues at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business where today’s business leaders learn how to tackle tough business challenges. Whether you are an established executive or an emerging professional, the Raymond A. Mason School of Business is committed to providing you with quality education that offers fresh ideas and new professional skills to give you and your organization a competitive advantage. Our weekly podcast highlights the latest ...
 
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Diversity Goes to Work

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Diversity Goes to Work

Raymond A. Mason School of Business

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Diversity Goes to Work is a podcast where we center the humanity behind our diversity, equity, and inclusion work. Each episode provides a behind the scenes look at the day-to-day experiences that shape and guide DEI work in the organizational sphere. Guests from all walks of life share openly and honestly about the challenges, opportunities, and potentials of effective DEI work, giving insight based on their own personal and professional experiences.
 
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On today’s show, host Morgan Hutter welcomes Professor Joey Smith of the Raymond A. Mason School of Business, and the William & Mary Financial Literacy Program Coordinator Alex Sadid. They discuss why financial literacy is important, how the William & Mary Financial Literacy Program can help current students prepare for financial planning after gra…
 
As we’ve seen, the pandemic has changed just about everything; the way we live, the way we communicate, and no doubt the way we work. Transformational change is taking place at work and it will continue for the foreseeable future. And at the center of the changes: People. How can employers create a new work environment that attracts, retains, and s…
 
On today’s show, host Morgan Hutter welcomes MBA graduate Class of 2001 Samira Imamverdiyeva. Samira speaks about her career journey from William & Mary to being the current Mergers and Acquisitions Controller for American Express, what her job entails, what students should consider when thinking about a career as a Mergers and Acquisitions Control…
 
For those who’ve spent years in the military, or intelligence community, transitioning to the private sector (or any sector) can be daunting. That’s why William & Mary, and its Center for Military Transition has created a unique two-week on campus program to be held in June called Flourishing Through Life’s Transitions. Designed to be a transformat…
 
On our third and final podcast around size diversity, host Phil Wagner welcomes Dr. MaryBest Asbury, an Associate Professor at Middle Tennessee State University whose research focuses on weight and obesity stigma in interpersonal and health interactions. She and Phil talk about how the culture in one’s home growing up affects their views on their o…
 
As promised, we’re continuing our three-part arc on size diversity. Building upon our conversation with Dr. Rebecca Puhl, we’re joined today by someone who has spent her professional life advocating for body positivity, specifically within the context of the world of work. Jessica Richman is a San-Francisco based Trade and Investment Director for t…
 
Today on the first of three episodes dealing with weight discrimination in the workplace, we’re pleased to be joined by Dr. Rebecca Puhl. Dr. Puhl is Deputy Director for the Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity and Professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies at UConn. She has testified in state legislative hearings on weigh…
 
There is no one path to a leadership position; some people are asked to lead, some are assigned. For others, leadership is a goal. At an early age, Brad Martin sought leadership roles. As a 20 year old, with no political experience, he ran for public office and became the youngest person ever elected to the Tennessee House of Representatives where …
 
Today we welcome Nathan Chin, a senior manager of inclusion, equity, and engagement at Cvent and William & Mary alum (’08). Nathan joins host Phil Wagner to discuss intersectionality at work, what it’s like to navigate the workplace - and life - with your whole authentic self, how DEI-minded leaders and managers can use an intersectional lens to ma…
 
Today on the show, host Morgan Hutter welcomes William & Mary graduate and Investment Banker with New York City’s Raymond James, Laura Holden. Laura talks about her career journey into investment banking, how different sizes of investment banks do different things, and her advice for students considering entering the investment banking field. If yo…
 
In today’s highly competitive environment, the best businesses, organizations, and professionals create value. How and for whom may differ somewhat, but the outcome’s the same: Creating value helps you succeed. The target may be customers and organizations, stakeholders or others, but the goal is fairly consistent across sectors. Creating value oft…
 
Today on the show, host Morgan Hutter previews William & Mary’s brand new Online Masters of Science in Finance with Associate Dean for Online Programs and Executive Director for the Center for Online Learning, Pam Suzadail. They talk about the genesis of the program, what services are offered, and how it benefits students. If you'd like to learn mo…
 
On today’s episode of Diversity Goes to Work, host Phil Wagner welcomes William & Mary alum Deb Fabian. Deb shares her incredible journey as a transgendered professional; from hiding her true self from her colleagues out of fear, learning to love who she actually is, and finally fully transitioning late in her career and the lessons learned along t…
 
Leadership is tough. For that matter, just about every job today is tough; the hours, the effort, the competition, the people, the pandemic. Success today requires a certain level of mental and physical fitness. As a result, exercise is key. And while it’s important, it can be challenging to find the time to work out regularly. If you’re ever in ne…
 
Today on the show, host Jad Howell welcomes Ellen Longman, a senior research analyst at the NY Federal Reserve; Josh Hurwitz, an economics Ph.D student and teaching fellow at Harvard; and Professor Julie Agnew from the Mason School of Business. Together, they talk about their experiences pursuing a Ph.D, what drives a Ph.D candidate, and the sacrif…
 
Today on the show, host Phil Wagner welcomes Diane Goodman. Diane has been an educator and consultant on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice issues for over 30 years. She has worked with numerous organizations, community groups, and schools and universities to create environments which allow all people to feel valued, be treated fairly…
 
Virtually every leader has been faced with a turnaround situation - bringing a failing organization back to its former successful state. Or finding a high-quality solution to a problem that can no longer continue. A new leader is brought in to direct the turnaround situation in some instances. In other cases, the current leadership team is expected…
 
Today we are joined by Jennifer Brown, author of “How To Be An Inclusive Leader.” Jennifer has a Masters in Leadership and Organizational Development and formed Jennifer Brown Consulting (JBC) to help companies meet their leadership goals. JBC subsequently transformed into spearheading Diversity & Inclusion consulting for many organizations. Jennif…
 
What does your CEO think about marketing? Or if you’re the CEO, what do YOU think about marketing? The way CEOs position marketing and the way they partner with the Chief Marketing Officer has a huge effect on results and the bottom line. Unfortunately, though, for many CEOs, marketing is nothing more than a source of frustration. In some cases, th…
 
Today, host Morgan Hutter welcomes Tony Nobili. Tony has a BBA in Finance from William & Mary (’92), and an MBA from the University of Louisville (’94). Tony is currently in client strategies at Bank of America and joins the show today to discuss financial risk management; what is risk management, how to identify risk, and what risks are on the hor…
 
Today on Diversity Goes to Work, we welcome Jeff Trammell to the show. Jeff has a very impressive resume, having been the former rector and current member of board of visitors at William & Mary and an advisor on inclusion initiatives on two presidential campaigns. He has also served on the board of trustees for the Association of Governing Boards f…
 
Every year over 200,000 US military personnel separate from active duty. Transitioning servicemen and women cite a number of reasons and motivations for their departures. For example, they may be retirement eligible, others have completed their service agreements, some are seeking a career change. For others, the move is related to family. Whatever…
 
William & Mary students are beginning to receive job offers, and decisions need to be made regarding which offers to accept. Today on the show, host Morgan Hutter welcomes Rachel Southern, Assistant Director for Industry Advising in the Cohen Career Center, and Carlos Freyre, a student at William & Mary majoring in Finance and International Relatio…
 
Today on the very first episode of “Diversity Goes To Work,” host Phil Wagner welcomes William & Mary alum Amandeep Sidhu. Amandeep is an Equity Partner at Winston and Strawn, focusing on regulatory and compliance counseling, state and federal government investigations and complex civil litigation involving regulated industries. He’s a Co-founder o…
 
On this episode of Careers in Finance, host Morgan Hutter welcomes Professor Carl Tack. Professor Tack is the former co-director of the Boehly Center, and currently teaches Corporate Finance at the Mason School of Business. They talk about Professor Tack’s journey to teaching corporate finance and the many twists and turns along the way, what all i…
 
In the last decade, the interest in Diversity & Inclusion has grown significantly at companies and organizations. For the most part D&I has been accepted: It’s seen as a positive contributor to employee engagement, employee retention, company culture, and a healthy bottom line. While D&I has become mainstream, not every organization has it figured …
 
Today on the show, host Morgan Hutter welcomes Dannita Trice - Associate Director of Academic Engagement, and Dezire Morris, Administrative Project Coordinator at the Boehly Center. In this episode, you’ll learn how students can contact and utilize the resources inside the Boehly Center, the events and programs that are scheduled throughout the yea…
 
The annual employee review. The performance evaluation. The employee appraisal. Whatever you call it, in many organizations, the process of evaluating employee performance is often ineffective. In many instances, the evaluations do little to help the employee, the supervisor, or the organization. Among other things, employees are rarely satisfied w…
 
For years, student athletes competing at colleges and universities governed by the NCAA were considered to be “amateur athletes.” That amateur status meant they were prohibited from making money using their name, image, and likeness. Well that changed recently thanks to the NCAA’s Name Image and Likeness policy, known as the NIL Policy. Now, any pe…
 
If you’ve tried to purchase new furniture recently, or chlorine for a pool, or even certain makes and models of new cars, you may have been told you’ll have to wait several weeks - possibly several months before the product is back in stock. Items from lumber to clothing to electronics have been difficult to find in recent months. The reason is oft…
 
Today on the show, host Jad Howell welcomes Noha Baltagi, Senior Associate, Human Resources, at IHS Markit. Noha is the head of all intern and graduate hiring, and joins us today to talk about all aspects of acquiring a career at IHS Markit, and elsewhere. Noha shares her tips and tricks for creating a resume that gets noticed, what to do before an…
 
Of the many sectors and industries affected by the pandemic, one in particular has caught the attention of consumers, buyers, sellers, and investors: The US housing market. Mortgage rates, prices, labor, supply, demand - they’ve all changed over the past few months, making the housing market one of the most interesting to follow. Saying the market …
 
The masks are coming off, we’re gathering with family and friends, and many people are making plans for a much needed and well-deserved summer vacation. Whether you’re heading to the beach, the mountains, or the in-laws, if you’re looking for the right book to take along we have the right person who has several recommendations in terms of good read…
 
Today, host Jad Howell welcomes Lange Allen, Managing Director at USAA Real Estate. Lange shares his vast knowledge about the Industrial Real Estate space, including what his career path was that led to his position at USAA Real Estate, how industrial real estate was affected by the pandemic, and what’s in store for the future of real estate. If yo…
 
It’s graduation season, and if there’s a class that deserves to be celebrated, it’s the class of 2021. This group experienced higher education like no one before them. Most of these new grads began school before the pandemic when college campuses operated mostly in a face-to-face environment. Then the pandemic forced schools to quickly shift to vir…
 
Today, guest host Morgan Hutter welcomes Professor Joe Wilck, Clinical Associate Professor of Business Analytics, Machine Learning Operations at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business; and Kendrick Ashton, an alumnus from the class of 1998, who is the co-founder and managing partner at The St. James - a lifestyle health and wellness brand. The St.…
 
College Admissions. Like many other sectors, it has seen significant disruption this past year. Admissions offices across the United States are in the midst of a cycle the likes of which they’d never seen. First, COVID-19 hit which kept college-bound high school students from visiting campuses. Then, some high schools moved from letter grades to pa…
 
Today, host Jad Howell welcomes Jon Lamb, Portfolio Manager for Orion Resource Partners. Jon speaks about his career path which led him to his current position, what a day in the life of a portfolio manager looks like, and what students can do today to prepare for a career in investment banking or private equity. If you'd like to learn more about T…
 
Since last March, businesses, organizations and professionals worldwide have made continuous changes in order to compete in the environment caused by COVID-19. Many important elements of business and leadership were put on the back burner this past year in some organizations. Training and professional development, performance evaluations, coaching …
 
On today’s episode, host Jad Howell welcomes Seth Carpenter, the US Chief Economist at UBS. Seth shares his career trajectory in economics, from his undergraduate studies at William & Mary, to his graduate studies at Princeton; working at the Federal Reserve and the private sector. Tune in today to hear Seth give advice on what undergraduate studen…
 
If you’re familiar with college athletics, then you’re familiar with the term “walk-on.” Walk-ons are college athletes who, unlike many of their teammates, were not recruited by the coaching staff. They had to try out to make the team. And, unlike many of their teammates, walk-ons do not receive scholarships to be a part of the team. Yet virtually …
 
Today on the show, host Jad Howell welcomes Alice Davison from The Capital Group to talk about the Women’s Stock Pitch and Leadership Summit, how it differs from other events of its kind, what students can get out of it, and how it is more than just a networking and recruitment event. If you'd like to learn more about The Boehly Center come visit u…
 
After a year of social distancing, virtual meetings and home schooling, people are ready to shed their masks and get back to life as we knew it before we were introduced to COVID-19. As the weather improves and we see family, friends, and colleagues receiving vaccinations, people are finally seeing light at the end of the tunnel. As we record this …
 
When the pandemic first took over the United States last March, two William & Mary MBA students decided to use their talents to help others, Cara Simpson and Vicki Harrington quickly founded the CrimDell Small Business Network, named after a popular landmark on the William & Mary campus. They formed a partnership with the Hampton Roads Small Busine…
 
For some CEOs and leaders, getting pulled in countless directions each day is par for the course. Many leaders feel they have to be involved in all aspects of their business. When that happens, they end up spending valuable time, effort, and focus on low priority items and low priority decisions. Before they know it, they’re overworked and burned o…
 
There are few things in life more stressful than being out of work. Mid- to late-career professionals face an especially difficult challenge. The unemployment rate for older professionals is more than three times the national average. And as this group exits the workforce due to downsizing, COVID-19, or termination, it takes them twice as long as o…
 
Imagine a world without e-mail. While that’s not likely anytime soon, the way e-mail looks and the way we use it is changing. The days of video e-mail have arrived. Everyone’s familiar with the negative aspects of traditional e-mail: It leads to overloaded inboxes, there’s too much back-and-forth, writing and replying take up a great deal of our ti…
 
There’s no doubt the pandemic has had a significant economic impact on the people of the United States and the world. Since March, many individuals and families have experienced a reduction in employment, and a loss of income. People of all ages have been affected. The news isn’t all bad, though. For example, in the second quarter of 2020 credit ca…
 
Today on the show, host Jad Howell welcomes Professor Julie Agnew, as well as alumns Alexis Vitali and Richard Hartmann to talk about all things mentorship, including how the mentorship program at the Boehly Center got started, how mentorships can benefit students, and how to truly take advantage of a mentorship opportunity. If you'd like to learn …
 
If you like television and movies, you’re familiar with Michael B. Jordan, Donald Glover, Taraji P. Henson, and Idris Elba. They’re among the biggest actors in the business. They’re also people of color who are represented by a new management firm called M88 - an organization that represents actors, directors, writers, and producers of color, and f…
 
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