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Young women are often told, "Get a mentor." But what happens when mentors are in short supply? Where should a Gen Y woman look for support in her next big career leap?
By: Christine Condon The final episode in the "Women Who Lead" video series, which was created in partnership by the 92Y Women in Power Fellowship Program and Ellevate Network, ends with a message ...
I meet lots of self-directed, self-possessed women who struggle with asking for help – especially when it comes to their careers. A lot of them feeling that asking for help is akin to ‘falling down...
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The ultimate professional network to have is a group of professionals that support and sponsor your goals without you asking because they want to ensure your success.
I have never met a leader in my career who was not flattered that someone thinks enough of them to be asked to serve in a mentoring type capacity.
Having trustworthy advisors is crucial when you approach a major decision in your career. Make sure that your choices of advisors will serve and guide your career.
Having a mentor is a great idea. But if you really want your career to progress, you need someone who will step up and advocate for you. You need a sponsor.