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Meant for ME-ntoring?

                  Many people do not understand that mentoring relationships can be the beginning of establishing a practice of gaining support. I reflect on my mentoring experience then and now; it was and continues to be meaningful…this is what MENTORING means to me when I reflect on the […]

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Posted in Ask Pam

Learning From The Frontline by Lieutenant General Andrew Graham

The notion of command is unfamiliar territory for most in business and civil life yet is intrinsic to the military profession. Command is not about shouting orders, telling people what to do and leaving them to it. Command both encompasses and adds an extra dimension to the trinity of leadership, management, and technical/professional competence and […]

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Posted in Leadership


High Impact Networking by Kalisha Buckhanon

To understand how to truly build a network, individuals should not reduce the act of networking simply to meeting people and trying to persuade those people to help them.

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Posted in Career Development, Latest News, Networking

Monica Ross’s Answers to Key HR Questions for Diverse Professional

Monica Ross answers addresses some key questions that diverse professionals face when climbing the corporate ladder.

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Posted in Career Development, Organizations, Talent Management

climbing the ladder and keep a lookout

Managing Yourself for Success By Herbert C. Smith, Ph.D.

Many individuals still believe it’s the duty of the organization to manage the careers of people who are employed. Not so. You have the responsibility for being your own CEO.

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Posted in Career Development