Wardrobe Essentials for an Advising Style Make-Over

Epps, Nu'Nicka T.
March 2011
Campus Activities Programming;Mar2011, Vol. 43 Issue 7, p14
The article offers tips for keeping advising style updated and always relevant. The author suggests researching about the organizational culture and vision statements. She explains the importance of cultivating a circle of influence or group of trustworthy individuals and determine whether the circle is considered supporters or advocates. She recommends creating a personal vision and mission statement and establishing a reasonable timeline to reach goals. Creating opportunities to lead career-defining projects is also mentioned.


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