Tips for Seeking Out a Mentor from Successful Women Who Have Done It

Ms. Career Girl

Seeking out a mentor can be hard. In fact, people who have had a mentor are 130 percent more likely to be in a leadership role, according to Mentoring.org. But that may not be the best way for you to find a mentor. Pope started following her mentor and commenting on posts.

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More Women in Business Means More Cash for Women and Their Employers

Ms. Career Girl

Sell Your Leadership on Why Diversity is Vital. Mentor More Seasoned Employees. Look around for your more seasoned employees and mentor them, if they need it, so they can be more open to new ideas from diverse talent.

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Six Standout Traits of Courageous Women

Ms. Career Girl

A new study by IBM, “ Women, Leadership, and the Priority Paradox ,” reveals a harsh truth: advancing women in the workplace still, in 2019, just isn’t a priority.

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Three Ways Women Hold Themselves Back – And What To Do About It

Ms. Career Girl

As much progress as there has been over the past half-century and more, women in leadership positions still remain the exception and not the norm. I believe it is equally important to be that ally, sponsor, or mentor for other women.

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A Female Music Exec’s Guide To Thriving In The Music and Advertising Industry

Ms. Career Girl

As an Executive Producer at a Nylon Studios, a music and sound studio for predominantly advertisements, I am proud to be in a leadership position in two industries that have been historically known for being male-dominated: music and advertising.

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How to Advance to a Management Position in 2019

Jobacle

Here are three things to do to advance to a management position in 2019: Do a thorough assessment of yourself and the opportunity. Take the time to become familiar with tools that management consultants frequently use, especially analysis frameworks , issue trees , and leadership styles.

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my arrogant coworker is trying to mentor me, but I’m his team lead

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I recently found out I’ll be moved into a team lead position at my job, leading three others and an intern I’m mentoring. He brought a book on leadership and handed it to me, saying it had helped him rethink how he approached team leading. Basically, he seems to have appointed himself as my mentor, even though I didn’t ask for it, and I find it incredibly condescending.

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coworkers at my new job want to oust the CEO, a company I rejected keeps rejecting me back, and more

Ask A Manager

I have noticed that his leadership style is not conducive to a successful or positive work environment. Six months ago, I was promoted to a role that involves some delegation and mentoring activities for the people in my previous role while performing tasks similar to theirs but more advanced (think senior analyst to their junior analyst). It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Coworkers at my new job want to oust the CEO.

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