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Engaging in either role is satisfying and can enhance your career in many ways. Good experiences as a mentor or mentee can result in expanding your network, learning new ideas, and understanding what pitfalls to avoid.
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When looking for a mentor, don’t stop at a seasoned professor in your subject area. These tips for finding unconventional mentors on campus will set you up for success.
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When I decided to change careers more than five years ago, I was plagued with reservations and self-doubts, and even feelings of disloyalty.
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Not sure if you really need a mentor? Having a mentor during your first year as a faculty member can have a lasting impression on both your professional and personal lives.
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Learn how to create a strong and powerful CV to demonstrate your strengths and value to prospective employers an how to design a cover letter that quickly illustrates your fit for the job.
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Giving your first professional presentation? Follow these 5 tips for creating a presentation both you and your department can be proud of!
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most leaders and others can learn, develop, and increase their own emotional intelligence. It takes assessment, self-motivation, learning, awareness, practice and feedback.
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Talking to your boss about chronic illness – is working together better than going it alone?
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No matter your reasons for starting a job search, there are some things that you should think about before you print those resumes and prepare to give your two weeks’ notice.
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Employees experiencing job elimination or organizational restructuring need to rebalance their work and life with self-care, professional opportunities and new purpose.

 
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