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Category Archives: Mentoring

The Best Gifts Don’t Come in Boxes

It’s starting already. The holiday catalogs are filling my mailbox. I’m not biting. Here’s why. I’ve got enough stuff. What I don’t have are enough experiences. I bet many of your relatives (especially those of you with adult children who are underemployed) would rather receive a check to help them return to school or use […]

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Five Characteristics Of A Great Mentoring Relationship

I’m currently helping a number of my clients design and implement mentoring programs, as they seek ways to deepen their relationships with their employees, by providing additional developmental opportunities to their people. This is a great strategy for attracting and retaining top talent. If you’ve ever had a mentor or been a mentor, then you […]

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5 Characteristics Of A Great Mentoring Relationship

If you’ve ever had a mentor or been a mentor, then you know how this relationship can be a game-changer for years to come. Here are 5 characteristics of a great mentoring relationship: The relationship is mutually beneficial. The best mentoring relationships are those where both parties are getting something out of the relationship. The […]

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Be Bold!

Last Friday, I met with my mentor Alan Weiss to discuss my business and how I can continue to offer substantial value to clients and prospects. Here’s what he said. “Roberta, you need to be more bold.” I found that statement quite surprising considering I’m a native New Yorker who has never had a problem […]

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The Secret is Out: What’s Behind All Those Successful Business Women

The world is about to get richer for Facebook’s COO, Sheryl Sandberg, who according to Facebook’s filing last week, made nearly $31 million last year, including base salary, bonus and $30.5 million in stock awards. She owns 1.9 million shares in the company and an additional 39 million in restricted stock options. If Facebook goes […]

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