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This Is What The Best Mentors Do.

By Dr Ruth Gotian - Forbes Mentors have two functions: Career and psychosocial support. GETTY Having a mentor is the greatest gift someone can receive. It is also the most significant treasure someone can offer.

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What Great Mentorship Looks Like in a Hybrid Workplace.

Harvard Business Review - by Marianna Tu and Michael Li Remote work has been an adjustment (to say the least) for everyone, and its effect on our professional relationships has been just as significant as the impact

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Kudos to our supportive partners.

           Even in tough times, as a not for profit organisation, it is heartening to know we have the support of industry partners such as Avis and NCL. Industry leaders such

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Why you would (that’s easy) and why you wouldn’t introduce a Mentoring Program into your organisation.

“There’s nothing we take pride in more than watching people escalate their careers inside the company,” said Sam. “When we have great internal talent, we want to build that out.” A robust and effective mentoring

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Be Kinder to Yourself.

By Alice Boyes HBR Often, we’re our own worst critic. When we feel anxious or frustrated, we talk to ourselves more harshly than we’d find acceptable by anyone else. I blew that presentation. Everyone on

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