Here’s What to Look for in a Truly Great Mentor
Below is an excerpt from an Inc.com article. Discussing the importance of mentor/mentee relationships, and the responsibility that comes with those roles, this article details 14 important things all mentors need to be able to do, from setting goals to showing respect.
“To be a mentor is an honor, and it comes with it great responsibility. It means you are being recognized for your wisdom and your expertise, and it obligates you to share those things with your mentee.
To be a mentee is also an honor. You’re responsible for using what you learn for growth, and someday passing it along. From either direction, a good match is critical. The right mentor can change lives and inspire success.”
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