A mentor is a person who can guide you with the benefit of their experience

A mentor is a person who can guide you with the benefit of their experience

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A mentor is a person who can guide you with the benefit of their experience “Success depends a large part on laying the groundwork.” – Jungle: making the mentorship work; building trust. Settting guidelines are key to successful programs A wise and trusted counselor or teacher Can foster your sense of belong within the organization Guidelines to choosing a good mentor - slightly above you, not completely -reduces turnover, increasing productivity, increase morale, provides new knowledge and skills, and gives you the benefit of seeing your work from another perspective, specific skill sets, how to strategize and grow your career, build network and contacts,, increase content knowledge, gives you opportunities to grow from challenges -can help with improving performance, recog talents and abilities: helping det SW, plan or action, monitor progress, determine resources you need, constructive criticism
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Unformatted text preview: Qualities: From careerjournal.com metworking everyone is both learner and teacher Metnoring used to be huge STUDY: everyone over 40 could name at least one influencial mentor, whereas nowadays they were hard pressed Mentoring promotes your career development and success. Research shows that those who are mentored achieve greater career advancement, higher work satisfaction, work success, and future compensation than those who are not mentored women helping women: how mentoring can help your business:-corporate America spends millions of dollars each year to make the workplace more efficeient and productive. Finding and retaining talented and experienced workers is key to reducing turnover and high operational costs. Mentoring new employees and helping them become successful on the job is one way to reduce turnover. Elements of Mentoring Mentoring.org...
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