Unlocking your hidden potential
In the Fall 2016 issue of Waterloo Magazine: How a campus in perpetual motion evolved, became a rich source of workplace research and learned to embrace failure
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In the Fall 2016 issue of Waterloo Magazine: How a campus in perpetual motion evolved, became a rich source of workplace research and learned to embrace failureBy Staff University Relations
Unlocking our potential takes a combination of experience and insight.
Whether you’re about to embark on your first career or figuring out the next step in your personal journey, the fall 2016 issue of Waterloo Magazine has information you can use.
Want to learn more about how your reaction to failure can motivate success? Check out Not Afraid to Fail, for research and lessons learned the hard way.
Ready to learn what works — and what doesn’t — in the modern workplace? Running the world’s leading co-operative education program offers a wealth of research opportunities. You’ll find the 12 questions to expect in your next big interview, plus more great advice, in Career Lab.
In preparation for the University’s 60th anniversary year in 2017, learn more about the pivotal decisions and people that helped shape a campus in perpetual motion with 60 Years of Innovation, a decade-by-decade look at the evolution of Waterloo.
With this issue launching on Giving Tuesday, you won’t want to miss Entrepreneurial Spirit. This Advancement feature celebrates some of the early champions of Waterloo’s new Startup Pledge program, which invites budding entrepreneurs to give back to the programs that helped them succeed.
Plus, from craft beer to artistically engineered chocolate creations, discover some of the unconventional journeys of Waterloo’s remarkable alumni.
All this and more inside the latest issue of Waterloo Magazine