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The Work Institute’s 2018 Retention Report tells us that 29% of employees left their jobs in 2018 to work elsewhere, and the percentage is expected to climb to 33% by 2020. Businesses and organizations intent on success need to pull out all the stops to...

Employees consistently place a high value on reciprocal mentoring, yet many companies find it difficult to obtain initial participants. Why aren’t employees lining up in droves to participate in the corporate mentoring programs they say they want — programs proven to enhance their careers? According to the Harvard...

I cannot tell you how many times I have been mixing drinks at work and a customer has leaned over the bar and inquired, “did you go to bartending school? Where did you learn to do that?” I can never keep myself from smiling at this....

Women make up only 6.4 percent of CEOs and 25 percent of C-suites, yet they’re nearly 50 percent of the labor force. Why the disconnect? If there are almost as many women as men in the workforce why aren’t there more female leaders? Nancy Wolk, founder...

It's 2018, time to get back to work with a mentoring program Happy New Year! We are out-partied, over-socialized, and have been swinging a little too far to the left of moderation. We’re feeling refreshed and ready to buckle down on work, right? RIGHT? Even if...

If you’re running a mentorship program, you’re going to have to deal with constant transitions. Coworkers will leave for new jobs, short-term mentorships will end, and participants may feel at a loss as to how to move forward. Call us dramatic if you want, but...