In response to my post a few weeks ago, several readers wanted to know how to make a mentoring relationship work more effectively, especially since we all have different communication styles, conflicting value systems, different priorities, and diverse personalities.
I was having a robust discussion with a meetings industry leader about the Millennial generation – and he agreed that we are making way too big of a deal focusing on the alleged differences between the generations. At one point … Continue reading
A coach or mentor who encourages you, and sincerely wants you to do your best, is the best asset any manager can have. I found that out the hard way many years ago. As a new manager at a Fortune … Continue reading
This is an awesome activity for developing cooperation among team members and to gain problem solving experience. It works best with groups of four to eight people and requires 10 to 15 minutes.