Navigating a Career Turning Point | Management Tip: Unpacked reviews

January 2, 2023

When you’re at an inflection point in your career, how do you assess and understand what you’re looking for? How can you leverage your strengths? What’s the best way to plot your next move?

HBR editor Amy Gallo gets tips and advice from executive coach Muriel Wilkins to help you when you’re ready for a career change.

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  1. Muriel is a top top coach! Absolute legend

  2. I was thinking that I would lean into friendships to get this kind of insight. But here it is. Thank you.

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    المحامي منصور السويلم January 2, 2023 at 7:21 am

    Great video thanks

  4. This was such a great topic! I have enjoyed listening to both podcasts; Coaching Real Leaders and Women at Work. Thank you for such powerful insights and expert advice. I wish you both the very best!

  5. please interview eric brechner

  6. This video is top notch. Every career is spectacular and important, we all should choose wisely in other to be good in the given field. Cryptocurrency can be a sidekick. Look, On a day to day basis bitcoin is tied to the Nasdaq. However, Crypto has it's own ecosystem as well which can drag it up much higher or lower on a few odd days. I have understood a lot in the past months of earning and trading with some reputable traders including Ms Jarrett Sanders and I boldly know that a lot of opportunities dwell in the financial market always, it is important to know where to focus. I had to use her box address in my profile information for publicity. I'll remain grateful because I was privileged to sign up with the company website through one of your videos.

  7. Help me Harvard.. I just kind of came up with a new field that's technically not a field yet. Under utilized in this specific field. Nobody offers these services, they doesn't exist. Can I like patent that? I wanna get paid for my idea's. And it's a field that's going to require government certified training from a creditted school. I guess I'd have to research exactly the fields I'd require to say that that field, the person trained in it is an approved specialist.. I just don't know where to begin. World changing idea's.. No problem. Implementing them is procedure. That's boring to me. I just wanna get paid for it and move on the next invention lol..

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    Giorgos Neoptolemou January 2, 2023 at 7:21 am

    Sorry i go to like

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    Warda Shimon-Australia January 2, 2023 at 7:21 am

    The Gospel:

    Plain and


    “But I fear, lest by any means, as the serpent

    beguiled Eve through his subtilty, so your

    minds should be corrupted from the simplicity

    that is in Christ.” – 2 Corithians 11:3

    Ask someone today if they are saved and

    you will most likely hear responses like these:

    “I have accepted Jesus into my heart.” Or “I

    have made him Lord of my life.” “I’ve been

    baptized.” “I said a prayer.” Sounds all good

    and churchy don’t it; but it is difficult to de-termine whether or not a person actually

    knows the gospel that saves them. These use less phrases don’t describe a thing about what

    the gospel is and has left a devastating effect

    of people not knowing what it is that they are

    saved from nor how they are saved; which

    leaves a more serious effect of people ques tioning their salvation.

    Let’s not muddy the simplicity of salva tion that is in Christ with vague church

    sounding phrases that do not communicate

    anything. But rather present God’s word with

    clarity and assuredness. So here is the gospel:

    plain and simple.

    Sin was passed upon all men by one man

    Adam, and death is a consequence of this sin

    (Rom 5:12). Mankind has an eternal destiny of

    condemnation and wrath – Hell – because of

    this sin (Rom 6:23). No matter what good

    works one might do we are still found sinners

    in the sight of our Creator God. And all un righteousness and those who follow get in dignation and wrath. We cannot be found

    righteous for by God’s law we are found sin ners (Rom 3:19-20). If we have broken even

    one law we are found guilty.

    It is for this reason of not being able to

    create our own righteousness and being born

    in a sinful flesh that we need a savior (Titus

    3:5). Christ is that Savior, God manifested in

    the flesh, sinless, died in our place on a cross

    2000 years ago. Taking upon him the wrath

    and judgement that was intended for us sin ners. And it is through his bloodshed, burial,

    and resurrection on our behalf that we are

    able to have peace with God and forgiveness

    of our sins (1 Cor 15:1-4, Col 3:14). This good

    news is unto all but only those that believe in

    it are made righteous in Christ (Romans


    It is then after we have heard this good

    news of Christ’s righteousness available to us freely, that we are sealed with the Holy Spirit

    and we are now part of Christ’s body the

    church (Eph 1:13)

    There is nothing that we need to do, no

    good works that are required, and no bad

    works that can separate us from our new po sition in Christ (Romans 8:35-39).

    Faith and belief in this information from

    God’s word is the gospel.

    The gospel is not accepting Jesus into your

    heart. The gospel is not making him lord of

    your life, it is not saying a prayer and it is not

    being baptized with water.

    So next time someone asks you if you are

    saved. Give them the clear assured answer

    “Yes! And let me tell you why!”

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  10. Really admire and enjoy listening to you Muriel, your podcast has helped me alot in my d2d's

  11. What a great video, thank you both for your wisdom!

  12. Thank you HBR for creating this content!

  13. Guys, you should use better hashtags or promote your video better, you have so few views on an excellent topic :/

  14. 😇 𝖕𝖗𝖔𝖒𝖔𝖘𝖒

  15. Great hypothetically. Reality is that most people dont remember (chose not to or genuinely dont) favours and helps they received from others. There is always exception of course but largely people dont do reciprocity unless they are in a really good and directly advantageous relationship with the other person.

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    Lifeofdifference LD January 2, 2023 at 7:21 am

    Good Morning this is very guiding irrespective how long/ old one is in a Career and Thanks

  17. Thank you ma'am for loving Book. Keep it up dear ma'am. Love from India. Have you taught in Harvard Business School?

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