Lean In, Lean Out, Lean On Huffington Post (blog) I believe that the mark of a good mentor/mentee relationship must be founded on honesty. If we are not honest in that relationship there is no relationship and indeed nobody learns.
Entrepreneur Less Time, More Money, Mentoring at Accelerators, Incubators Entrepreneur When Jessica Kim emerged from a Chicago-based accelerator last summer, her four-year-old business had some fresh thinking behind it.
ExitEvent Is Your Mentor Really a Mentor? ExitEvent Some of you should still be with me because while the need for funding typically comes and goes, the need for mentors is constant. I have mentors now and plan to have them indefinitely.
Your young talent wants mentorship. Here’s what to keep in mind when you set up your mentoring program — because you need to set one up already. (If you want to retain your rising stars, you need to set up a mentoring program PRONTO.
Rethinking Mentorship Huffington Post (blog) I watched a quiet student transform into a powerful presence in front of an executive audience. I still had a nagging question: would the coaching style only work at business school?
A great mentor can help you navigate the day-to-day challenges and long-term goals of your career; a sponsor is someone in a high-level position who is willing to use some of their political capital on you.
I mentor startups because I love their passion and ideas. I can empathize with them, and share the same excitement and challenges that they face. And perhaps I can help someone avoid some costly mistakes, or just focus on ...
Wall Street Journal (blog) Returning to the Workforce? Seek a “Reverse Mentor” Wall Street Journal (blog) It was clearly time for me to seek out a mentor. I checked in with more senior women who had crashed through professional ceilings.
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