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Forensic Psychiatric Patients Don’t Blame Mental Illness for Crimes

PHOTO: http://www.eurekalert.org/multimedia/pub/105334.php Offenders sentenced to forensic psychiatric care do not consider their mental illness to be the main reason for their crimes. Instead, they point to abuse, poverty, or anger toward a particular person, according to a new doctoral thesis by Pontus Höglund, a Ph.D. student at Lund University in Sweden, and ethics coordinator in […]

Career Development Questions: Don’t Overlook Mentoring!

Career Development Questions: Don’t Overlook Mentoring!

When you’re discussing career development with employees—veterans, juniors, and prospects alike—you probably focus a lot on the future with questions like “Where do you see yourself in two years?” But you should also have a good mix of mentoring-focused questions as well. Below, you’ll find three questions to ask (and what to look for in […]

Mental health workers don’t recognise their own burnout

Some mental health workers find it difficult to recognise their own burnout and even when they do they struggle to admit it to others. Mental Health News From Medical News Today

Boys Who Don’t Feel Accepted at Greater Risk of Self-Harm

New research suggests that when boys feel they are not accepted by peers or family they are at high risk for committing future harm or suicide. Brown University researchers studied 99 teens hospitalized out of concern for suicide risk and found that a high perception of family invalidation, or a lack of acceptance, predicted future […]

Don’t micromanage. Mentor instead!

Don’t micromanage. Mentor instead!

An article on Entrepreneur.com yesterday, Six Alternatives to Micromanaging Employees by Andre Lavoie, CEO & Co-Founder of Clear Company—relates to much of what we talk about here at Management Mentors.  Lavoie’s article insightfully provides tips to managers who may have a tendency to micromanage their employees, especially when productivity is down. Lavoie suggests letting go of micromanaging […]

Mentoring Resources That Don’t Break The Bank!

Mentoring Resources That Don’t Break The Bank!

Many businesses come to us sure that their company could benefit from a mentoring program, but just don’t have the budget to support it yet. Or, they are in the early stages of considering whether or not mentoring is right for them and need to do some research to get the ball rolling. Our mentoring […]

Help! We know we want mentoring, but don’t know what to do next.

Help! We know we want mentoring, but don’t know what to do next.

This blog post is the second in a series we started to discuss what many businesses are asking us when they are considering implementing a mentoring program. The first step involved determining whether it is a mentoring program they need or if it is something else…like coaching. If you have decided that it is mentoring […]

Don’t believe the Skype? Ask a troubled teen!

Don’t believe the Skype? Ask a troubled teen!

One of the compromises I have learned to make is that sometimes face to face meeting are not as effective as, or as valued by, younger generations.  One of many examples I could give is that while most people would probably still agree that it is rude to stop by someone’s home without calling first,  […]

Don’t Get Caught By the Peter Principle by Marcia Zidle

A reader asked for leadership advice on this situation.  “A new position, which will be a promotion, has just opened up in my business unit. It sounds very exciting even though I haven’t had much experience in that kind of responsibility. But I have a good track record and colleagues are urging me to go […]

Manifesto: Don’t send your kid to a private school – Chicago Tribune

Manifesto: Don't send your kid to a private schoolChicago TribuneBut rich people will always find a way to game the system: That shouldn't be an argument against an all-in approach to public education any more than it is a case against single-payer health care.) So, how would this work exactly? It's simple! Everyone … behavioral […]

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