one hour workshop in a couple weeks for our business school juniors, seniors,
Even though I happen to work at the University of New
Hampshire, most of my career has been dedicated to helping
aspiring and current managers’ development.
So other than having given
advice to my two daughters, I’ll be way out of my element.
years, I might have a receptive audience and even a few ounces of credibility.
But for the 20-21 year olds, what could I possibly say that they’re going to
C. Use to make a positive difference in their early careers?
I’ve got a LOT of stuff to draw from that I’ve written over
the years – way too much for an hour.
Which ones from the list would you suggest that I use? Or, what advice do you have for college students to prepare them to
deal with managers (or other workplace tips)?
for Great Leadership:
Advice: parts 1-5 (a five part post I wrote in 2010)
Surefire Ways to Annoy Your Manager (I’m pretty good at this one!)
to Ask for a Promotion (I’ll defer to my friend and career expert Alison
Doyle for this one)