How to learn from colleagues

In this episode, Eve and Corinne discuss how to learn from and share information with colleagues, in a way that is both helpful and appropriate. How can newbies learn from colleagues without being invasive? What is (and is not) appropriate to ask from colleagues? How can colleagues learn from each other through peer-to-peer professional development sessions? When should you offer to pay someone who gives you advice? And how can experienced colleagues give back to the profession through mentoring?

Links mentioned in this episode:
-Eve’s book Maintaining Your Second Language
-Corinne’s online courses for translators
-The ATA mentoring program
-The Colorado Translators Association mentoring program
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How to learn from colleagues

3 responses to “How to learn from colleagues

  1. pedropeixotoalvares

    Thank you for your insight. I find this podcast extremely helpful in orienting my decision making.

  2. Thanks gals! What a great and informative convo between 2 great friends and peers….sparked some good ideas for me!

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