New and Transitioning Professionals | Business Teachers | Career Counselors/Human Resource Professionals
 
Have you ever wondered how your life would be different if only you had a mentor? Do you know you can mentor yourself?

One of my biggest take-aways from my America Online career was learning to be bold, gutsy, and in charge of my life. I call it being bodacious!
Mentor Me, A Guide to Being Your Own Best Advocate in the Workplace is such a gem because it lays a map of the key career areas for you to help yourself. It helps you be bodacious!
  joanne lozar glenn

You can learn how to be your own mentor and your own best advocate in the workplace by analyzing the skills mentors exhibit and applying them to yourself.


If you are a new or transitioning professional, you’ll bring your own best advocate—yourself—closer to home. And you'll become an exceptional and extremely promotable employee. . . more>>


If you are a
business teacher, use this book in the classroom to give your students a foundation in two of the most challenging action items in any new career . . .
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If you are a career counselor, human resource professional, or a coach, you’ll find helpful resources for students and other employees . . . more>>


Becoming your own mentor isn’t rocket science—it’s simply a matter of adopting a self-employed attitude, listening to your own innate wisdom, and acting instead of waiting for permission.


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— Joanne Lozar Glenn, author of Mentor Me, A Guide to Being Your Own Best Advocate in the Workplace

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