5 Career Advice Tidbits from Cisco’s Systems Engineers
Who better to give advice to aspiring Cisconians than INSPIRING Cisconians? Get career advice from these top systems engineers.
My Journey to Cisco: How Doing What I loved Led to My Dream Job
As a freshman in college, I was young and clueless. I was busy partying, and staying up late. I always got A’s in high school, and severely underestimated the work-load of Boston University Engineering. I found myself without a passion. Then sophomore year hit me like a ton of bricks. And, to make matters worse, […]
15 Learnings from an Inspirational Cisco Day
Recently, I had a day to remember. And I had Cisco to thank for it. I’m a marketing leader for Spain and Portugal here at Cisco, and every day I’m...
10 Career Tips from Moms (of Cisco Employees!)
My mom says that being a mom is the hardest job you’ll ever have. But it’s also rewarding when you...
Use Leap Day to Leap Forward in Your Career
Time is a commodity – something we all say we need more of. Well, 2016 is a lucky Leap Year! 24 hours are built into the calendar to ensure...
4 Tips to Succeed as a Young Professional
The Internet is flooded with ways to succeed in life, business, happiness, relationships, and just about anything else that can be measured. A quick Google search will bring up...
Limited Collaboration Will Limit Career Growth
If you're one of these people hoarding information and not collaborating, trust me on this, that little bit of information you control is not the linchpin of the company success. If you are abducted by aliens tomorrow, the company won't fold without you.
5 Resume Do’s and Don’ts from Cisco Recruiters
Have you ever used the word “flibbertigibbet” on a resume? –You would be surprised with what resume faux...
8 Career Tips From Cisco’s Awesome Women In Technology
Cisco employees, who also happen to be women technologists, are gearing up to attend/speak/participate in the Grace Hopper...