What to Look for in a Mentor

In professional settings, pursuing a mentorship relationship can help new executives to access expertise and avoid mishaps through honest feedback and supportive encouragement. Mentorship helps people to grow and thrive. So how can executives gain from mentorship? In other words, what makes a good mentorship, and what makes a good mentor?

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Tobin Lehman
The Problem of Time Management for Executives

Busyness is a pervasive and complex cultural problem that affects nearly everyone, but it affects executives with particular acuteness. After all, compared to most people, executives are held responsible for more results and are exposed to more demands on their time – but they’re only allotted the same 24 hours each day as anyone else.

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Emily Bermes