You may think you don’t need a mentor or may not know where to find them. But most likely, your organization is overflowing with mentors waiting to help you on your career journey.
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Mentors, coaches and sponsors provide a lot of support and help with government knowledge sharing. Learn the differences and how.
Learn how to make the most out of a mentorship relationship, whether you are a mentor or a menthe.
Finding a mentor is the most important advice I give when growing your career. Professional networking is the other, but how do you do it? Many agree with the importance but the question is should government or private industry help build a professional network for its employees?
I never thought of myself as any kind of role model, but that changed once my mentor began to make me see myself in a different light.
The public sector has a number of ways to engage in formal and informal mentorships that can benefit your career and breathe new life into your daily work.
It’s no secret that professional relationships are a career asset. Just look at the success of LinkedIn. The social media platform is so successful because it helps facilitate relationships that are critical for moving millions of careers forward. But sometimes it can be tricky to identify which kind of relationship is most helpful at particular stages inRead… Read more »
Could Luke Skywalker harness his abilities without Yoda’s wisdom? Would the Banks family learn the importance of family without Mary Poppins? There are no shortage of mentor-mentee relationships in cinema. In these examples, the mentors provide insight to bring out the best in the mentees. Similarly, we can leverage the advantages of mentorships to get ahead and avoidRead… Read more »
Mentoring has long been an effective informal career development tactic in many government agencies. In a testimony to Congress, the U.S. Office of Personnel Management’s Associate Director and Chief Human Capital Officer Nancy H. Kichak described the use of mentoring by federal agencies: “Mentoring is critical and can happen in many ways – through formalRead… Read more »
Top executives require advice about their leadership styles and operating environs – in government as well as in the private sector. How do they get it? Suzanne de Janasz and Maury Peiperl interviewed dozens of corporate executives over the past two years to understand how “new CEOs in large organizations gain access to seasoned counselRead… Read more »