Receiving feedback on performance is an opportunity to learn and grow. It’s also an opportunity to strengthen a working relationship. But so often it doesn’t really feel like that!
Reverse mentoring is both trendy and a useful development tool. In this article I will take you step-by-step through the benefits, examples of reverse mentoring programs and how to ensure your program succeeds.
Growth mindset first emerged when Carol Dweck wrote her book, Mindset: The New Psychology of Success, back in 2006. Her original research focused on the impact of growth mindset on children’s development and since then the corporate world has embraced growth mindset too.
Micro-inequities at work are the subtle but powerful ‘put downs’ that are the result of bias or discrimination.
Finding a Mentor can be a great way to learn, develop and accelerate your career. Use this guide – How to find a mentor in 3 easy steps – to find a mentor and establish a successful Mentoring partnership with them.
Requesting feedback can be daunting. To get you started here’s our quick guide, it takes you step-by-step through how to request feedback from coworkers.