2. Mentorship is posed as a career development opportunity as opposed to an educational opportunity Students who were mentored
Citizen Therapists Against Trumpism is a response to a profoundly dangerous anti-democratic tendency in the U.S., visible as well in other countries. Their manifesto is endorsed by many prominent therapists, and it went public on June 23.
Are you guilty of abusing exclamation marks in your emails, memos or even blog posts? Have a peek and see.
Last weekend we had a small party which was catered by a relatively new business owner. I am usually a big fan of newcomers
Not only did Michael not owe her a huge explanation for what he does with his life, he also doesn't deserve the periodic shady comments she's throwing his direction as she continues to play the victim in a completely victimless scenario.
The Global Search for Education: In Search of Professional Ethicists - On Becoming a Consummate Professional - Part 3
Do you think being a good citizen ever gets in the way of being a good worker or vice versa? "I hope that I will never live
In business, and even when you are out enjoying life, you probably notice plenty of people around you who seem at home in their chosen field.
As such, I've observed drooling higher-ups, received sloppy hugs from people in departments I rarely associated with and
Keeping your dreams alive is the one job from which you will never be rejected, fired, or laid off. Just because you don't get your dream job right after graduation doesn't mean it's impossible.
The field of nursing has an attribute that many others lack. Even on the worst of days, nurses will never leave the workplace wondering if they just did something meaningful. My hope is that that the public outcry to the incident on The View revives a deeper respect for nursing.
While at lunch today, I was talking with a friend whose has had her own consulting business for over 20 years. We were in the midst of sharing ideas and getting caught up when, I heard another one. Another story of a woman who had been dinged in her career for being "too" professional, well I guess essentially for not opening up.
Many students spend months working on getting internships. They spend days deciding what to wear to make the right first impression, but the reality is that your last impression counts for as much as your first one.
My clients often fear that if they show their true selves at work and reveal to their peers the fun sides of their personalities, they won't be taken seriously. If your professionalism makes you feel stymied, then you've probably taken it a bit too far.
New evidence suggests that differences in legislature structure at the state level have important implications for representation.
This crisis of representation is not an aberration. It is a structural feature of the system of lawyer professionalism we have built, and it will not go away until we build a different way to deliver the benefits of law to people in need of them.