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Mentoring for Women: A Strategic Matter for Ongoing Organizational Effectiveness By Daniel Schroeder, Ph.D. Published in the January 2016 issue of Biz Times Milwaukee Question: Some colleagues and I (all women) are exploring starting a mentoring program at our company.  All of us have worked hard to climb the ladder here.  Now that we are starting to look down the road toward retirement, we want to ... Read More »

TAGS     Mentoring,  Women,  leadership,  legacy,  relationship,  influence,  connector,  industrial,  business,  psychology,  glass ceiling,  biz times,  organization,  effectiveness,  milwaukee
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Question:  "I'm part of a team that's been challenged by management to pick up the pace.  No one disputes the need for us to do a better job.  We aren't very cohesive.  There are strained relationships and grudges that aren't left behind.  Our meetings don't settle anything.  A few people do all the talking.  Being told to, 'fix it,' hasn't really helped matters.  We seem to ... Read More »

TAGS     team work,  communication channels,  process mapping,  team effectiveness,  team-based training,  strategic planning,  team performance
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