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Advice on how to navigate today’s evolving workplace

Published on June 21, 2022

Father’s Day offers a unique opportunity to not only celebrate dads and father figures. It’s also a time to reflect on the sage advice that we’ve received over the years from others we respect—regardless of gender. 

These words of wisdom, with a dash of discernment, are particularly valuable in business. Several studies link workplace mentoring to a range of positive outcomes—from confidence to mental health to job promotion—for both mentor and mentee. And those who have a good experience typically show their appreciation by going on to mentor others. 

In the spirit of paying it forward, we asked businesspeople of all ages, in various roles and across a variety of industries to pass along their best piece of professional advice on adapting and thriving in today’s workplace.  


Cultivate trust through authenticity

“I advise managers to be empathetic and show a little bit of what your real life is like. It’ll remind your teams that it’s OK if you’re working in your pajamas at 2:00pm on a Tuesday, the dogs are barking in the background while you’re on a call or you unexpectedly have to go pick up your sick child from school. These types of human interaction and engagement help foster a foundation for keeping it real.”


Colleen Beers, Chief Administrative Officer, Alorica, which offers digital customer experience solutions.  

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