Three Reasons We Hate Asking for Help - And Why We Need to Get Over Them
Why Do We Need Male Mentors and Sponsors?
Both Extroverts and Introverts are Essential to a Successful Team
The Effect of Voice Pitch on Women's Career Advancement
Go Ahead - Give Yourself Credit
Communicating What You Need for Career Success
Gillibrand Women's Mentoring Initiative Gains Steam
Didn't We Almost Have It All... Not Quite: The Plight of the Working Mom in America
Would More Women Make Business More Ethical?
New Study Identifies Three Strategies for "Having It All"
The "Sticky Floor" Revisited
When to Use Your Head and When to Use Your Heart in Negotiation
Why Aren't We Ready for Female Breadwinners?
Is There Really a Choice Between Work and Family?
What to Do on Equal Pay Day
Call for Mentors to Join the OWIMS Women Junior Faculty Mentoring Program: We would like to invite WFBMC Associate & Full Professors to join WFSM's longest running and most successful mentoring program. As our institution continues to move in new directions, the number of women faculty Instructors and Assistant Professors continues to grow. The reputation of the OWIMS Women's Mentoring Program frequently factors into the decision for these talented women to accept their appointment here at WFSM. To keep up with the demand for career development mentoring, we need your assistance. There are numerous benefits for being a mentor, including the personal and professional growth enjoyed by mentors. It is also known that people who provide a positive impact in their organization have higher levels of engagement and motivation, leading to greater job satisfaction. To learn more about the Program, visit our mentoring program webpages at www.wakehealth.edu/School/OWIMS/Mentoring-Program.htm. To join the Program, please complete the Mentor Application ( www.wakehealth.edu/School/OWIMS/How-to-Participate.htm). If you have questions or need additional information contact Diana Cornelison the Mentoring Program Manager at email@example.com or 713-4222.
Positive leadership: Meaning and application across cultures
A Late Y2K Phenomenon: Responding to the Learning Preferences of Generation Y-Bridging the Digital Divide by Improving Generational Dialogue
Helping early career research scientists ascend the professional ladder
Mentoring and group identification as antecedents of satisfaction and health among nurses: What role do bullying experiences play?
Social career management: Social media and employability skills gap
New Evidence On What Women Can Expect After Breast Augmentation Surgery
Mutations Discovered That May Affect Treatment Of Patients With Endometrial Cancer
Endometrial Cancer Treatment May Be Reshaped By Genomics
Gender Differences In Binge Eating
Women Using Assisted Reproduction At Greater Risk Of Psychological Trauma After Miscarriage
New Studies Prove Lethal Link Between Alcohol, Weight And Liver Disease In Women
Upper Arm Lifts Via Plastic Surgery On The Rise
The Epigenetics Of Pain In Endometriosis
Some Women Feel More Pain
Obesity May Not Be A Symptom Of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
Women Are Choosing Cohabitation Before Marriage
Risk For Coronary Heart Disease Increases With BMI
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