We are so lucky that all the mentors are volunteers and we introduced them to some tools we use, called “The Big Five”. Its basically five tools which is important as a mentor, active listening – effective questions – feedback – accountability – recognition.
Its always so funny when we are doing the first excercise, […]
The work of finding the best blog is difficult because a lot of them are hiding within the page of the business, but this year I have gotten […]
Last year I started my blog list of the best mentoring blogs on Internett, it’s a wide range of blogs out there and some are business sites as well. To gather the best blogs/sites demands me to look not only for bloggers but also for company sites. The aim is to gather the best sites […]
Every no and the I see different statistic all over the world, this one is from USA and from mentoring point of view it´s very, very good.
According to a study by the American Society for Training and Development,
training alone increased managerial productivity by 24%.
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 […]
In my experience people are afraid to screw up the mentorship even when I always tell them that it is actually difficult to do so. If you think mentoring is mysterious and difficult, it will be. There are no rules, except to always stay in full-attention listening mode. Sometime you teach, sometimes you mentor and sometimes […]
I had a good discussion with a coach from Erickson College (http://erickson.edu/) and we disagree on something which is very important for me. Feedback…
At Erickson College they learn that as a coach you should never give feedback – because it will lead the coach to do the same next time.
For me […]
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 […]
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