Tag Archive | "Mentoring"

‘Feeling the Love’ (or Anger): How Emotions Can Distort the Way We Respond to Advice

Here’s a piece of advice: Don’t read this story if you have just had a fight with your spouse or a co-worker. You will probably ignore it, despite its grounding in solid academic research. At least that’s what Maurice Schweitzer, a Wharton professor of operations and information management, would suggest. In a recent co-authored paper, […]

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Great leadership, great speeches – listen and learn

7 leaders and the lessons you can learn from their finest hours – click on their faces and listen to the speeches. Faces include:        Lincoln speaking at Gettysburg November 19, 1863    Kennedy speaking at Berlin June 26, 1963    Reagan speaking after Challenger January 28, 1986    King speaking at Washington, DC August 28, 1963    Thatcher: […]

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5 tips for getting the most from your mentor

Last week I was on a friendtoring call – you know, one of those phone calls you get from a friend who rings to ask your professional opinion (like the term? My friend David Lee came up with it and gifted it to me when he told me to stop mentoring for free and to turn […]

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Mentoring advice from the Brazen Careerist

Penelope Trunk is one of my favorite bloggers.  Her blog Brazen Careerist often has pertinent advice for working women.  Today’s is no exception, with a summary of how she found her current favorite mentor – these are her 5 tips for others looking for a mentor: 1. Recognize someone who thinks in ways that complement you. I […]

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