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A Complete Guide to Your Mentor

If you follow this blog, you’ll know that I have strong feelings about the ability of mentorship to accelerate career progression and professional achievement. So, it will come as no surprise to you that I am up on my soap box at the EOList this week. Check out my post about how proteges so often overlook the influence they have over the results of mentorship: A Complete User Guide to Your Mentor

HR, The Hulk & Sandwiches

Happy Saturday everyone! It’s a little extra happy if you’re in Canada, as it is the Victoria Day long weekend and the sun is shining. Hope you’re all enjoying it as much as I am. Things have been a bit quiet on the blog in recent weeks, but I assure you that I have several posts on the way. This week I was honoured to write a guest post over at The Buzz on HR, celebrating the anniversary of Sarah Williams’ fantastic blog by writing about What HR Means to Me. As it turns out, that has something to do with The Hulk (Incredible, not Hogan), sandwiches, and the lack of sorcery involved in HR. Sometimes I am as surprised as anyone about how these things turn out…

Anyway,  please take a minute to check it out, and stay tuned for new Talent Vanguard content soon!

Jane

On Rethinking HR at the EOList

Happy Wednesday everyone! I’m thrilled to be contributing a post over at the EOList this week entitled ‘ On Rethinking HR‘, in which I ponder the so-called HR ‘doom loop’ and ask: “To be an effective HR pro, do you need to be more of an HR expert, or an expert on your organization?”. If you aren’t familiar with the EOList, you need to get over there for a visit! The brainchild of Bonni Titgemeyer, the EOList is one my favorite HR blogs, and a terrific source of HR networking and employment opportunities. May the remainder of the week treat you well…