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I Can’t Leave the Closet

Is this your story? It doesn't have to be! I don’t know why society has labelled us as crazy. The more that I hear that I begin to believe that maybe that is the case. Maybe I am crazy. I have days where I just want to open the door and reach out hoping that there is someone there that would take my hand and offer to help me. There is so much darkness and I don’t feel that I can navigate it … [Read more...]

Can a Mentor without the Same Experiences as their Mentee Still Be an Effective Mentor?

          Mentoring is the practice of helping a mentee learn and grow personally and professionally while navigating through change and challenge. There is much debate whether a mentor can be effective for their mentee if they have not already lived through a similar experience. This is called lived experience. “Lived experience refers to a … [Read more...]

Reducing Employee Stressors

Making Sense of Self Isolation Mandates and Sudden Mass Lay-Offs We live during an unprecedented global pandemic. Many employees of organization big and small are in flux, feeling the impact of uncertainty, anxiety, and a sense of loss of control. Disruption and doubt are their new routine. The employees in my mentoring circles are experiencing stress at a level they have never been subjected … [Read more...]

What is the difference between Coaching, Mentoring, and Reverse Mentoring?

            I am asked on numerous occasions to respond to questions regarding mentoring, mentoring process and how mentoring can bring value to individuals and/or organizations. Here is a question I received recently and my response. What is the difference between Coaching, Mentoring, and Reverse Mentoring? Mentoring: Ongoing relationship that … [Read more...]

Will a bully make a good corporate leader?

          I am asked on numerous occasions to respond to questions regarding mentoring, mentoring process and how mentoring can bring value to individuals and/or organizations. Here is a question I received recently and my response. Will a bully make a good corporate leader? No. We don’t need or want a bully at the helm of the organization. What … [Read more...]