Monthly Archives: January 2012

PMP – A Quick Fix?

According to the Ottawa Citizen the 20th most popular book on Amazon Canada last week was “A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge”. As a career consultant who works extensively with project managers and government job seekers, I … Continue reading

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Mentor Models: Magic, Flawed or Mature?

What do the Greek goddess Athena, Professor Xavier, Morpheus, and Rooster Cogburn all have in common? Each of these characters is a mentor who, by their teaching, support and example, inspires and empowers their mentee, or protege to grow, to … Continue reading

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How Social Media Helped Me Heal

Tethered to a lumbar drain and equipment that monitored my pulse, breathing, and heart rate, I could partially turn over if I was careful. However, if I wanted to raise or lower my head, I needed to summon a nurse … Continue reading

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