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The Mentors Way Rule #8: Honor the Journey

January 25th, 2017   •   Comments Off on The Mentors Way Rule #8: Honor the Journey   

by Rik Nemanick, Ph.D. This post is the eighth in the series The Mentor’s Way, a set of guides for mentors who want to bring out the best in others. We are all on our own journeys of discovery, learning, and growth. There were parts of your own journey where change was rapid and learning needed to […]

Advice for Professionals Seeking Mentors

July 28th, 2016   •   Comments Off on Advice for Professionals Seeking Mentors   

by Rik Nemanick, Ph.D. I have been working in leadership development consulting for close to nineteen years. I spent years in graduate school earning degrees in organizational psychology so I could be a skilled professional. However, one of the lessons I learned not long after graduation was the same lesson countless accountants, lawyers, engineers, scientists, physicians, and […]

Change is all around us, but mostly in us

April 28th, 2015   •   Comments Off on Change is all around us, but mostly in us   

by Bob Grace, Ph.D. I was recently listening to a presentation on leadership that focused on the changing reality of work.  While listening, I was struck by the idea that people are feeling a loss of community at work.  The premise was that the pace of work has eroded the sense of connectedness and community […]

The Mentors Way Rule #7: Fill the Toolkit

January 27th, 2015   •   Comments Off on The Mentors Way Rule #7: Fill the Toolkit   

by Rik Nemanick, Ph.D. This post is the seventh in the series The Mentor’s Way, a set of guides for mentors who want to bring out the best in others. Up until now, many of the Rules of Mentoring have focused on building the relationship between the mentor and protégé and giving direction to the mentoring process. […]

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