Posts Tagged
‘Success’

February 7, 2022

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by: admin

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Tags: Creative, education, funding, Pave, route, Success

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Categories: Special needs education

After two years of operating during a public health emergency, skilled nursing leaders are looking to reinvigorate their workforces, facilities and the industry. McKnight’s Long-Term Care News asks: What will it take to advance “Onward and Upward?” Even some of the most progressive long-term care executives have had to put deep, strategic initiatives aside while […]

Tate Julian, a sixth grade student at Twin Peaks Middle School, recently had lunch with a new friend. He and his friends invited a boy named Cole, who has a helper for his autism, to sit with them. “He’s a nice boy,” Tate said. “Me and my friends plan to do it daily.” This is […]

January 6, 2022

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Tags: CEO, Fired, Inspiring, pregnant, Setbacks, Success, Transformed

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Categories: Parenting

In 2014, when Georgene Huang was two months pregnant with her second child, something quite unexpected happened: she was fired. Huang had been working as the head of Enterprise Business and Institutional Products at Dow Jones, and when her boss was let go in a management shakeup, she lost her job as well. While pregnancy […]

January 1, 2022

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Tags: Achieve, Graduation, helps, special, Students, Success, Woman

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Categories: autism

Everyone has a chance of a job after graduating from high school. For this reason, Kim Mileszko has made it her business to help high school students with special needs to graduate successfully. Mileszko is a job developer for the Lenape Regional High School District in Burlington County, New Jersey, where she works with students […]

1. Which key programs (mentorship, sponsorship or paid leave for example) have you taken into account for the further development of your company? How has this program been particularly helpful for you as a woman? Prudential views talent as a strategic differentiator that enables the company to achieve its purpose. I was attracted to Prudential […]

December 3, 2021

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Tags: GivingTuesday, huge, Making, Success

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Categories: autism

We have set ourselves ambitious goals for GivingTuesday, but these were driven by a time of great need. With your help, we hoped to provide food and supplies to homeless veterans who sleep outside every night. We have sought your help to protect land from deforestation. We teamed up with Wag! Provide 3 million meals […]

November 30, 2021

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Tags: Accentures, Career, culture, Encouragement, Life, Propels, stages, Success, Women

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Categories: Parenting

1. Which key program (e.g. mentoring, sponsorship or paid vacation) do you think has helped move your company forward? How has this program been particularly helpful for you as a woman? Accenture offers it all: a strong network of executives who are ready to advise and support through mentoring or sponsorship. The paid vacation was […]

September 14, 2021

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Tags: Autism, Potty, Success, Tips, Toileting, training

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Categories: autism

Guest contribution by Emily Ansell Elfer, BA Hons, Dip. Ask any parent about potty training for their child and you will likely hear it was a struggle! Many “small accidents” are experienced and many bed linen and outfit sets go through the washing machine before the “toilet success” is achieved. However, this transition period can […]

August 1, 2021

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Tags: happen, Lifestyle, Parenting, Rice, Stories, Success

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Categories: Special Needs Parenting

Success stories are one of the few stories you usually hear about in the parenting world, much less in families with special needs. It’s not that they don’t happen, but most people are more likely to share their ailments and struggles than their successes. It’s human nature, I suppose. We are hardwired to seek help […]

1. To what extent was the KPMG sponsorship program particularly helpful for you as a woman of color? The KPMG sponsorship program was particularly helpful for me, a woman of color, because it gave me direct access to a partner within the law firm who gave me open feedback on my development; challenged me to […]