Professor Ellen Ensher

Professor Ellen Ensher:
Discussions on Mentoring, Management, and Media

My Teaching Philosophy as the Loyola Marymount University 2017 Distinguished Teaching Award Recipient

Yesterday, I was honored to become Loyola Marymount University’s 2017 recipient of the President Fritz B. Burns Teaching Award! Winning this award has been on my professional bucket wish list for a long time. I have tried before, several times … Continue reading


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The Gender Wage Gap, Writing for LinkedIn, and Getting Trolled

On March 8, 2017, LinkedIn celebrated International Women’s Day by asking different thought leaders including myself to write about the following issue: “The World Economic Forum predicts the gender gap won’t close entirely until 2186. This is too long to … Continue reading


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Professor Ellen Ensher on Mentorship, Protégés, and Courage Rituals

I love teaching business because I think companies like MM LaFleur with positive cultures and focus on developing employees really do make the world a better place. I am crazy about their product as they make really well designed women’s … Continue reading


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How to Build a Network of Mentors in College

“You did it! You’re done! You made it! You’re Through. …Oh what a great moment … now what will you do??”- Sandra Boynton One of my favorite ways to wrap up my last day of class is to read a … Continue reading


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Trying to Decide What Not To Wear

By Lindsay Western, MBA Candidate, Loyola Marymount University, Guest Blogger Spring is just around the corner which means its networking time! Lindsay Western, LMU MBA candidate, tackles the what-to-wear conundrum using movies as an inspiration! Recently during an annual mock … Continue reading


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