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Do you know that many recent graduates with exceptional grades may still struggle to obtain entry-level jobs because of a lack of portfolios full of the right skill sets and lack marketable abilities?

#CareerTalkWithDrAddy
Recently, I started my mentorship program and 90% of the participants have clear concerns about how to map out a successful career from their degrees. In other cases, they have questions on how to get successful careers out of their current jobs...

#CareerTalkWithDrAddy
...as they don’t feel fulfilled or don’t think they are making a good living. 

During my visit to Toronto in August, I sat with an old friend from my University of Saskatchewan days who literarily burst into tears while explaining the fears of her degrees not being enough...
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We all need a MENTOR #Mentorship
Good mentor is someone you can trust, someone you can go to when struggling with something, someone who will guide you keeping your well-being in mind. #Mentorship
Mentor is NOT a Therapist. #Mentorship
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Department of Medicine Grand Rounds - listening to the amazing patient experience transformation journey led by Babar Hasan and his stellar team (including Muneera Rasheed, Zahra Hoodbhoy, @mominkazi) @AKUGlobal
#mentorship a key component of delivering #compassionate care by nursing - Noreen Sultan @AKUGlobal
#patient experience #transformation using predictive modeling based on #ML - leading with #data @Ephlux @AKUGlobal
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A quick #thread on the importance of #mentorship and critical #feedback in writing. I’m targeting students, trainees, and younger faculty who struggle with the #mentoring process- I’ll share some vulnerability to demonstrate a #growthmindset- I’ll also recommend 2 books.
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A couple of weeks ago I was invited by @AnnalsATS to write an editorial for a paper. I loved the topic so I quickly agreed and started ordering my thoughts. It was a quick turnaround- 2 weeks, so I had to get moving.
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I worked diligently on the draft and invited @vitaincerta to co-author- she is smart as a whip and a terrific writer and I knew she would really help to shape a well-written piece. She agreed and I sent her my #ShittyFirstDraft.
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At our latest @MSU_IBIO postdoc meeting @HelenMcCreery presented her recent paper with @AmandaHund , @LizScordato et al. on the importance of #mentorship in #STEM & how to remediate to the lack of guidance on how to be a good mentor. Thread! 👇 (1/n)

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I loved every bit of that paper! This is something that should really be spread to all institutions and read by grad students, postdocs and PIs alike! Read it, spread it, get discussions started at your department! #AcademicTwitter (2/n)
Starting with a survey of mentors & mentees at US research unis: 70% of mentees experienced breakdowns in mentoring relationships at some point, affecting their #mentalhealth , 39% reported frequent poor mentoring, but 70% of the mentors say that they rarely mentor poorly! (3/n)
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The webinar has begun!! Tune in now to chat with these super awesome early career professionals!
The board started in 2012 to help keep early career professionals engaged and involved in @ametsoc. 16 members and 1 student liaison. We promote all things Early Career related in the weather/water/climate enterprise.
We have an award! The Award for Early Career Professional Achievement! It's now a society level award. Nominations are due May 1st, so nominate early, nominate often!
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This afternoon at #SPSA2018, I was on a #CWC panel about mentoring across genders. Below, I'll include my comments from the panel. In it, I speak candidly about my #gradschool #metoo moment. @SPSAwomen @SPSAwomen 1/n
In many ways, graduate school is designed to make students feel like impostors. It's a common experience, but it can be particularly damaging for members of groups that have traditionally lacked access to the higher ranks of our discipline. I’ll focus on women here. 2/n
For these folks, the feeling that they have “faked” or “charmed” their way into graduate school (or the #tenuretrack, etc.) can override objective evidence of their own diligence, intellect, and merit. 3/n
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