by Devi Jagadesan, Summer Associate at Twomentor Nobody’s perfect, including our mentors that we look up to. Some of us are unorganized, lack communication, or simply get caught in the chaos of a difficult work schedule that we forget we have someone looking up to us as a role model. However, there is always room to […]
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Written with Bridget McKeogh There seems to be a profound disconnect in the workforce between Millennials (1984 – 2012), Generation Xers (1965 – 1983), Baby Boomers (1946 – 1964) and Greatest Generation/Traditionalists (1930 – 1946). The complaints are rampant. But there is also something pretty clear across the board that we can all own. Every […]
Written by Julie Kantor and Karen Osborn, Twomentor Moving into the challenging professional world is an intimidating journey but thankfully, it doesn’t need to be tackled alone. Mentorship, from academic to professional settings, is an active and involved process, but the benefits are well worth the effort. According to a survey carried out by Micromentor.org, […]
Co-written with A. Crosser Q: What increases employees’ education and learning; saves company high turnover costs; develops leadership and management skills; and saves people time and money to focus on the big priorities? A: Workplace Mentoring When examining companies and how they became remarkably successful, one trait which stands above many others: successful companies have […]
“I am leaving my company,” Bridgette, a very senior executive told us. “We just don’t have a mentoring culture.” In this world of GO, GO, GO productivity and massive technology dependence (or can I boldly go ahead and say, addiction), it becomes harder for people to take out time for each other. The ROI, the […]