Mentoring

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  1. Do’s and Don’ts If You Are Asked to Mentor Someone As roles change in the everchanging world of work, achieving your goals sometimes can seem harder. The goalposts may move too. That’s where mentors can be very helpful in traversing your career path, whether you work for yourself or in a traditional business as an employee. When you have ...
  2. Finding Someone to Mentor You Using LinkedIn If you don’t know anyone personally or through a friend who can act as your mentor, you may need to go to social media. Thankfully, this is entirely possible and maybe even preferable to finding someone you know. The main reason is that it’s easier to have a mentor/mentee relationship with ...
  3. How to Find People to Mentor Where You Work Nothing is more satisfying than transferring your experience and knowledge to those who come after you. Finding people to mentor at work can help you accomplish this and ensure that it pays off for your company in a big way. To find people to mentor where you work, consider the following tips. ...
  4. Skills You Need to Be a Great Mentor To be a great mentor, you must take it seriously even though it is a volunteer, unpaid position. You have in your hands the future of someone that wants to be successful. It’s important that you have or are willing to build the following skills to be a great mentor. * Building Competences – ...
  5. The Benefits of Being a Mentor Sometimes it seems like the main source of benefits in a mentorship is for the mentee, but nothing could be further from the truth. The truth is, the mentor can be the one who gets more out of the relationship. Let’s look at a few of the benefits of being a mentor. Makes Everything Feel New ...
  6. The Best Job Roles for Mentoring Others The truth is, almost anyone can mentor someone if they’re at least a year ahead of the person they’re mentoring. For example, anytime someone new comes into your job with a path that you’re on, you could mentor them by teaching them what you know about the position and guide them to help ...
  7. Tips for Starting a Mentoring Program at Work Starting a mentoring program at work is a wonderful way to encourage office cohesion, an environment of open learning, acceptance, and feeling as if you’re all in this together. Having an office that helps each other instead of competing is such a good way to make people like their jobs and ...
  8. Seven Ways to Help Someone You Are Mentoring Helping someone you’re mentoring is part of the job. You’re supposed to get to know what they want and help them achieve it by leading them through the objectives you set together. It’s not an easy job but it is a rewarding one. 1. Listen to Your Mentee – Don’t assume that you know ...
  9. What to Do If Things Go Wrong with Your Mentorship Every relationship can have problems. No matter how you screen each other, sometimes a mentorship can go wrong from both sides of the aisle. The best thing to do is to pay attention and then get out of the situation as professionally as possible. Let’s look at a few scenarios that could happen ...
  10. Wrong Reasons for Mentoring Someone There are great reasons why you should mentor someone. You really and truly want to help someone advance in their career and be their sounding board, and lead them through the trials and tribulations of your chosen career. However, there are also reasons why you should not mentor someone. Don't ...
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