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Can Mentorship Smash the Glass Ceiling

Caught a great CBC Radio segment this morning about the importance of mentorship in advancing the careers of women.  While several studies show that women with mentors are more likely to advance their careers, “millennial women are not convinced that they need or even want mentors”. 29 more words

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Higher, Steeper and Harder

A seasoned leader recognizes that this time the goal is higher, the mountain is steeper and the climb is harder; the less experienced one simply is not equipped for the ascent.


Servant Leadership is More Than Just Talk

Over the past eight years, I have taught hundreds of local government live classes and created dozens of live and online courses. If you look at the scope of my work, you will notice a common thread that runs throughout: “servant” is the most powerful word in the phrase “public servant.” 373 more words

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Why Don't Adults Share At Work?

In my quest to understand why Jobsharing isn’t a more popular employment strategy, I recently guest blogged for 1 Million for Work Flexibility asking the question why don’t adults practice at work what we preach to children about sharing?   59 more words


The Four Hardest Words You've Never Said

I had a sinking feeling when the radio interview was over. I’m always critical of my performance, but this time something didn’t feel right.

Radio interviews are becoming common and I didn’t want to live with the story I was making up in my head. 289 more words

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Sigma Chi Horizons

When I decided to come to Central Michigan University this past fall, Greek life was something that interested me and was something that I was looking forward to joining. 384 more words


Just Shut Up and Listen!

A couple of days ago, I was asked to chat to the 2014 FedUni Student Senate about the Leadership Program, and how we can support them to carry out their new roles most effectively. 509 more words