Making the Most of Mentoring
by BJ Gallagher
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While coaching and mentoring are growing in popularity, many people aren’t prepared to take on the role of mentor. They may be skillful in their field, but they’re not as confident of their ability to teach others. And at the same time, other people would like to have a mentor but don’t know how to find one. They feel uncertain about asking someone to take on the responsibility, fearful of imposing on someone’s time. They want to grow but are unclear about how to ask for what they need. Making the Most of Mentoring will help you and the people you work with: • Determine if a mentoring relationship is right for you. • Establish a mentoring relationship that works for both parties. • Focus on common purpose and common goals for mentoring participants and their organization. Making the Most of Mentoring will help you, your associates, and your organization become more effective and more successful!