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Katy Montgomery

Katy currently serves as the Global Director of the Career Development Centre at INSEAD where she manages career services professionals across three campuses: Abu Dhabi, Fontainebleau, and Singapore. Katy previously served as the Associate Dean for Student Development at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.

Industry Insights

2030 Leadership Trends

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I recently attended the MBA CSEA Asian Conference and had the pleasure of hearing Wendy Nicholls of the Hay Group speak about the leadership skills needed for the future. More...

Industry Insights

3 Takeaways from China Visit

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Recently, Christy Murray and I joined Dean Ferrari and other Carey leaders in Hong Kong and throughout China. During the visit we met with admitted students, alumni, employers, and media outlets....

Career Management

To Journal or Not to Journal

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“I never travel without my diary. One should always have something sensational to read in the train.” Oscar Wilde In a chart titled The Success Indicator, MaryEllen Tribby outlines the...

Networking

Staying Connected: Holiday Cards

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It is difficult to stay connected to former co-workers, bosses, mentors, and colleagues. You change jobs, move to a new city, have a baby, and before you know it, you...

Career Management

The Art of the Thank You Note

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In an article entitled “The Found Art of Thank You Notes,” the New York Times states, “handwritten gratitude intervention seems to be experiencing a moment of vogue.” My immediate reaction...

Career Management

Advantages of Being a Student Who Gets Involved

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Synonyms for the word “involve” include associate, commit, connect, engage, relate. On the other hand, antonyms for the word “involve” include abandon, separate, cancel, divide, and misunderstand. Which words do you gravitate...