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  • Finding Your Strengths in Mentoring

    Finding Your Strengths in Mentoring

    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 […]

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  • What Does Success Look Like to You?

    What Does Success Look Like to You?

    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? […]

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  • The Mentoring Journey

    The Mentoring Journey

    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 […]

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  • Real Goals in Action

    Real Goals in Action

    Establishing Effective Mentoring Activities You’re likely familiar with SMART goals, the tried and true way many people learn to develop goals. And while SMART goals have their place and serve a purpose, SMART goals actually guide the setting of objectives, not goals. To establish developmental goals, we need REAL goals. The REAL acronym stands for Relevant, Experimental, Aspirational, and Learning-based. Relevant – indicate why […]

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