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The 2 Traits People Judge You by in the Workplace

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A few weeks ago, I began my MBA education at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, which also happens to be my current employer (it’s complicated…)

This week, I had my first “lightbulb” moment in one of my classes, “Leadership in Organizations” taught by Professor Loran Nordgren. The subject of the class was which characteristics people implicitly judge us

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Mike Raab

Mike Raab

Writing about entrepreneurship, media, tech, life. Author of Founded: https://www.amazon.com/Founded-B-S-Guide-Student-Entrepreneurs/dp/163909007X/

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