To make it easy for you in case you missed our posts this week, here is what we talked about on The invisible Mentor Blog.
Mondays at the Salon
The right books make excellent mentors. When was the last time you read a good book? And what made that book so memorable?
Booked on Tuesdays
We reviewed Lady Chatterley’s Lover by D H Lawrence. The book was banned in the US and Britain for over 30 years. Publishers feared being charged for obscenity, but this was back in the 1920s. The book is about social class but it could also be considered vulgar with the sexual activity. Despite that, it’s a good book with lots of lessons.
We profiled legendary aviator Amelia Earhart. In this profile, you’ll learn some surprising things you didn’t know about the most famous aviator and some of the mistakes she made.
Perspective Thursdays and Workshop Fridays
From conducting interviews over the years, one of the things I have learned is that we can learn from the experiences of others. This week we interviewed Kamel Hothi, Director, Lloyds Banking Group. Here are Part One and Part Two of Kamel Hothi’s interview.
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