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Posts with topic 'Mentoring Program Resources & Trends'
Date: May 27, 2021 9:00:00 AM
3 Tips for Mentoring Program Administrators Networking is not an easy thing to do, and for some people, just the thought of it can make them break out into a cold sweat. Yet, building up your mentoring network can be invaluable and critical to your success at work and in your overarching career.
Date: May 25, 2021 9:36:21 AM
Why Do You Want to Be Mentored? While there are innumerable goals mentees could have when engaging in a mentoring relationship, from our experience, the vast majority of people enter such relationships looking to improve on a perceived weakness, either one that they’ve self-identified or one that someone else (e.g., their manager) has suggested as an area for improvement. From my perspective, ...
Date: May 20, 2021 9:00:00 AM
Too Many Distractions Lead to Unfocused Efforts In this always-on, always-connected world we live in today, it can be difficult to tune out the noise and distractions that bombard us and vie for our attention. It can also be hard, if not nearly impossible, to shut off our devices and truly step away from work. I’ve noticed recently that my son has gotten very good at demanding my attention when I ...
Date: May 18, 2021 9:00:00 AM
Stop Comparing Yourself to Others We spend a lot of time in our lives competing with others, trying to live up to someone else’s standards, pushing ourselves to outdo those around us. We need to get that next promotion, secure that bigger office, score that huge raise, buy that enormous house, drive that hot new car. But do we really? Are those things going to fulfill us? Will we finally be happy ...
Date: May 13, 2021 9:00:00 AM
How Mentoring Can Change Your Life One step forward, two steps back. That is how life feels some days. A few years ago, my son had to have major hip surgery and spend six weeks in a double hip spica (Google it). Even though those six weeks felt unimaginably difficult, once he was finally out of his casts came the really hard part—recovery.