Wihtout a doubt, time and trust are the two most important pillars of a successful mentorship. However, when questioned, many potential mentors have indicated that they lack the time to properly maintain a relationship. Without time, trust is difficult to foster, and mentorship becomes less effective. Find out how to make the most of your mentorships by making time and building trust!
We highly recommend this post covering the fundamental three stages of mentoring: peer, career, and life. The article breaks down when, with whom, and how often you should be engaging in a mentoring relationship. If you don't already have all three types of mentors, let this be inspiration for ensuring that you're getting the most out of your network! Read more here.
It's natural to be nervous about a first meeting with an influential figure in your life, but with these quick and easy tips, your introductory meeting with a mentor can be constructive, meaningful, and foundational for your future relationship. Read this article as to how to best prepare to meet your mentor.
Developing a culture of mentorship within your company isn't impossible, but it requires some consideration and due diligence. Read on for tips on establishing a mentoring program, setting up clear lines of communication, and fostering mutual respect and cooperation with the team. Read more here!