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Colgate-Palmolive Chairman, President, and CEO Ian M. Cook
Ian M. Cook
187 Ratings

    Great for building experience

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    Former Employee - Associate Manager Consumer Insights in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Associate Manager Consumer Insights in New York, NY

    I worked at Colgate-Palmolive full-time (more than 3 years)


    In my position, I was hired earlier than usual. I came in through a non-standard internship in which I had incredible mentors, and then, access to a position in marketing that I would never have normally obtained without an MBA or 3 to 6 years of prior experience in my field. Therefore, I learned a lot, and met wonderful people along the way.


    The company is full of great people who are highly skilled in their fields. That said, there is a lack of potential to pursue creativity or innovation; or to build skills beyond the slow-moving corporate training. I could hack it now, but as a younger Millennial at the time, I reached a point at which I needed to branch out externally to further my career.

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    Do not discount the creative drive of employees. If hires need mentoring in a particular skill set, give it to them. Also, as a company leader, I would not begrudge employees assistance in further education other than MBA degrees. Instead, I would urge HR to consider what sorts of educational opportunities could be enriching for employees in a way that could enhance the capabilities of specific departments.

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