This blog post is written for people who hear that having a mentor can be very helpful for their career, but don’t know why or what to expect. I’ve been asked to mentor many people in the past, from people just starting their career to first line managers, and have found that many people approach the process wrong. People seeking a mentor often start their first meetings with a mentor by just talking about how things are going in their lives at home or in the workplace. While this may be a pleasant conversation, it really doesn’t let the mentor and mentee discuss anything in a meaningful way. Here are four tips to anyone who is either being assigned to work with a mentor or is thinking about asking somebody to be their mentor:
Easy Dynamics has recently enjoyed the opportunity to collaborate with the product engineers from Blackboard to deploy their “Learn” learning management software (LMS). Easy Dynamics is partnering with one of our federal law enforcement customers to better utilize online resources for online collaboration.
Blackboard Learn will be an exciting new resource for our customer. Their team is preparing to offer an enhanced collaborative, online training experience for federal law enforcement agencies. Blackboard Learn is a learning management product that provides a customizable Internet-based learning environment with flexible resources to improve the learning experience.