Tag archive for Mentoring

The Secret? Surround Yourself By Greatness

Surrounding yourself with people who behave in ways that are positive and align with the type of person you want to be, you are more likely to incorporate those behaviors into your life.

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Break The Cycle of Unrealistic Expectations

It seems like a simple observation, but if we’re constantly expecting more from ourselves and the people around us than we, or they, can possibly deliver, is that a good thing?

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Gen Y and Millennials Ain’t Got Nothing On Me

I remember the day I told my dad this boss was holding me back. He gave me some great advice that I still embrace today.

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Training Programs: Two Sides of the Same Coin

A balanced training program should address both sides of the skill deficiency or issue in order to really help provide a change in behaviors, thus a change in culture.

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Does Being In Love Make You A Better Manager?

If you are experiencing some of the benefits mentioned above on a regular basis, you are likely to bring a more positive attitude to work. Theoretically, you should be able to better manage your responses to stressful situations. And on the flip side, if you are going through personal relationship problems at home or if you are depressed, it will be much more challenging for you as a manger.

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Mentoring: Value At All Ages. Who’s Yours?

It’s human nature to want to do things for ourselves, in the way that we are used to doing them. However, by doing this and not capitalizing on the skills of others, we are only limiting ourselves.

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How To Have A Successful Working Relationship With Your Boss

…if there is not a match in style between the leader and the subordinate, ultimately that working relationship will suffer. Over time, either the employee will become dissatisfied and leave the company, the leader will not be satisfied with the employee and performance will suffer, or both people stay in the relationship and the department never reaches it’s full productivity potential.

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The HR Blog Exchange- Guest Post By Lois Melbourne: Using Your Experience To Mentor Students and Entrepreneurs

This Guest Post authored by Lois Melbourne is part of the HR Blog Exchange, a fun project that from a Twitter conversation.  See the details here. Thank you for the opportunity to be a part of the Greatest HR Circus in the world.  Trish is…

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