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9 Habits for a Successful Mentorship

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There’s little doubt that mentorship can add value to your career. And although there are countless resources advising you on how to find a mentor, there’s less emphasis on what happens after you’ve found one. So, what does it mean to be a good mentee? Read on to learn the habits of successful mentees and […]


Starting Out in the Social-Impact Sector | An Interview with Anthony Flowe

It’s summer, which means that many of our readers have recently graduated from university programs. Perhaps you’ve already got a job in the social-impact sector—or maybe you’re still on the hunt. For this new interview series, we’re chatting with changemakers who are in their first five years of social-impact work. They may be early in […]


What to Do When Your Job Doesn’t Offer Professional Development

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Jobs with plentiful professional development opportunities are highly sought after. According to a Gallup study, 87% of millennials (and 69% of other respondents) rate “professional or career growth and development opportunities” as being an important part of a job. After all, most people would love to be offered the chance to learn new skills, network, […]


Using a Career Break to Your Advantage

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There are a lot of reasons why you may need to step away from your career for a while. Becoming a parent, looking after a relative, or dealing with health issues can all lead you to need a break from work. When you first decide to step away from the office, you may worry about […]