MENTOR – The National Mentoring Partnership is working with mentoring in the US. And their mission is to fuel the quantity and quality of mentoring relationships for America’s young people and to close the mentoring gap. Pretty big statement and mission right?
They do so by bringing a mentor to young people.
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One mentor can help you, but maybee you should try more mentors who can broaden your perspective and grant access to new opportunities. Building your mentoring network by personal relationship and recommendations.
Identify the people you need help from to be successful in your current job and everyone who might help you advance your […]
The last tip for now is:
Mentoring is a unique relationship.
It is like other relationships, yet unlike other relationships.
It is personal and professional.
It is at once intimate, caring even loving yet dispassionate, calm and neutral.
It creates a safe space for both […]
For my third tip it is come to the mentor and status, read more here…
Mentoring brings with it a certain status and respect.
Mentors are recognized as wise men and women, with knowledge and experience worth sharing.
Whether they know it or not, choose to use it or […]
For the next tip from things you maybe know about mentoring is number two here:
Certainly, mentoring calls upon interpersonal skills and communication styles that are highly valued in today’s leaders.
Mentoring a professional colleague can be stimulating and energising. It challenges you to reflect and discuss new perspectives and ideas. […]
If you are reading about mentoring for the first time it´s some information which is good to have. I will bring you some of them for the next week. And by the way, good luck with the mentoring work.
Mentors generally volunteer for their role for all the right reasons.
Many high […]
This was an article in www.successmagazine.com and written by Amy Anderson.
The meaning of mentorship has changed. No longer does the concept of master and apprentice rule the mentorship road. Unless you want to be a cobbler or a carpenter, it’s likely that the traditional […]
“If I have seen further it is only by standing on the shoulders of giants.”
– and while you don’t need to be a giant to pass on your wisdom and experience,
what you can achieve in helping develop another person is gigantic in its effect.
The challenge of leadership is to be strong, but not rude; be kind, but not weak; be bold, but not a bully; be thoughtful, but not lazy; be humble, but not timid; be proud, but not arrogant; have humor, but without folly.
We must learn to help those who deserve it, not just those who need it. Life responds to deserve, not need.
My mentor said, “Let’s go do it,” not “You go do it”. How powerful when someone says, “Let’s!”
Good people are found, not changed. Recently I read a headline that said, “We don’t teach people to be nice. We simply hire nice people.” Wow! What a clever shortcut.
Managers help people see themselves as they are; leaders help people see themselves better than they are.
Learn to help people with more than just their jobs; help them with their lives.
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