When I first met Mark, I was blown away by what he was doing for kids: Redefining how they learn so that they could build a portfolio in various fields.
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I recently made a life stage change. It was a professional change, but that, of course, has a huge impact on my personal life.
Kindness leading to tragedy. That was the story on "Unusual Suspects." Dana Laskowski was a 38-year-old mother of three in 2001. But even with all of ...
My "PBA," the people I tap for counsel, have been instrumental in helping me prepare for each step of my career. Here are my tips for selecting the right mentors and building those relationships.
No matter the situation, I would ask myself the question: "What would Gerry do?" Just imagining the answer got me through many complex challenges. I even made a list of the top six attributes that made his leadership style so effective.
Young leaders will soon be asked to take on major leadership responsibilities in their organizations and their communities. There's no better time to get started than the coming year.
Wherever we go, there we are. And our mentors will go with us... both the mentors we consciously choose, and the mentors which we allow to choose us unconsciously.
I've seen firsthand that we need alternative forms of teaching, inspiring and collaborating with youth. If we do not give them skills to compete on a global level, our society will diminish.
A mentoring relationship is fundamentally driven by the mentee's desire to maximize their full potential in some area of life, whether it be personal, career, or some combination thereof.
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