The Results Are In: 2019 APMP-NCA Board of Directors
Meet your new APMP-NCA Board of Directors for 2019
A sincere thank you to everyone who participated in the 2019 Board of Directors election, helping to shape the future of our chapter. Voting has closed and the results are now in! Your 2019 Board of Directors:
The 2019 APMP-NCA Board Elections are now open. You may vote here.
You must be an APMP Member affiliated with the NCA Chapter to vote.
Full ballot slate is available below . . .
The APMP-NCA Board of Directors is pleased to welcome Board self-nominations from APMP-NCA members. You must meet the following requirements at the time you submit your nomination to be eligible for election to the Board:
- Annual APMP dues must be current.
- You must be affiliated with the NCA Chapter.
- You must be willing to assume the role and responsibilities of the Director-at-Large Position as delineated in the NCA By-Laws (https://apmpnca.org/bylaws/) and make the professional commitment to for the full 12-months tenure.
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Mentorship is a fairly common tool for professional development, as part of both formal mentoring programs (e.g., APMP-NCA’s Mentor-Protégé Program) and selfinitiated personal development plans. An effective mentor is usually a more experienced person who guides someone along her/his professional journey based on her/his experiences and ability to model positive behaviors. Mentors can be helpful at just about any point in one’s career and often are part of the same organization or working in a similar discipline. They’ve learned the rules of the road and share them with less experienced staff. Awesome.
Yet, is a mentor enough?
Mentors can be fabulous for building skills and navigating organizational and professional pathways. Advancing your career needs something else. Of course, you must master your work, get along
with colleagues and customers, and do what you say you will do. Delivering results consistently and with integrity remains a critical factor in advancing your career. Yet, no matter how good
you are and how well your results speak for you, neither is sufficient if you and your results are not apparent to others.