Support Mentoring

Sports heroes mention their mentors at award ceremonies. Successful business people thank their mentors at career milestone celebrations. Young adults who become accomplished acknowledge their mentors when asked who was influential in their success.

Mentoring is indeed powerful.

Most managers have been both a mentor and a mentee at some point in their careers. Sometimes, though, not everyone understands the important difference between informal mentoring and formal mentoring.

Formal mentoring is structured, intentional, and short-termed. It also requires the support of top management.

In addition to the informal mentoring that is surely taking place at your company/organization, consider establishing a formal mentoring program.

You can learn about formal mentoring from many sources, but here is one resource/company that can provide you with easy-to-follow workbooks for both the mentor and mentee:

The Mentoring Group in Grass Valley, CA

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