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Mentoring is a trusting relationship that brings people together. Often, but not always, this involves a more senior colleague (the Mentor) who offers guidance, support and encouragement aimed at developing the skills of a more junior colleague (the Mentee). Having a mentor has been shown to be a top factor affecting an employee’s success, career satisfaction, and decision to stay with an organization. Mentoring is a partnership where both parties agree to the relationship and are responsible for its success.
Only you know your career needs the best. The toolkit below is meant for those who would like to begin their mentoring journey immediately and provides suggestions for selecting a mentor.
For a more in depth discussion, register now for “Designing Your Personalized Mentoring Plan”