Are you feeling overwhelmed by the amount of content out there? Let WiNfluence curate the content for you. Each week I will share a few interesting links I have come across in order to share more content with WiNfluence readers. The information is not necessarily something I’m endorsing but links that I think are thought provoking and warrant a further look.
Check out this week’s interesting links.
Great Mentors Get Out of the Office - HBR Blog by Bill Russell and Nancy Altobello. The writers advocate for getting out of the office and mentoring outside of work to gain experience that will impact your career in positive ways.
Why are women less likely to lobby for promotion? - The Globe & Mail by Augusta Dwyer. “Women are less likely than men to put themselves forward for a promotion if not fully convinced they are ready.” A great read about what is holding women back from applying for the next step.
Hey er you! 4 Great Tips to Remember Names! - 3 Plus International by Jessica Edmondson. Jessica offers up some practical steps to remember the name of the person you just met to avoid that awkwardness the next time you meet them.
Research Says: How to Stop Mean Girls in the Workplace - InPower Women by April Sweazy. April gives some career tips on how to deal with bullies in the workplace.
Women and the Paradox of Power: 8 Keys for Transforming Business Culture - Women 2.0 by Anne Perschel and Jane Perdue. This is a must read article for any woman wanting to make it to the executive level. Lots of good practical advice on how to define power.
Do you have any interesting links you’d like to share with WiNfluence readers? Pick one thing that inspired you this week and post the link in the comments section below.