A Collection of Web Pages About Becoming A Mentor In At Work
You’ll find a selection of hand-picked, articles, and resource pages provided by a variety of authors I wanted to include in this post to give you a solid foundation regarding mentoring in the workplace, but first, a few brief points to consider.
- Mentoring in the workplace has a lot to do with how you behave and the advice you give as well as the way you deliver the advice.
- You can mentor someone by offering advice and letting them know you are there for any advice they want.
- A lot of times people won’t ask you to mentor them or don’t want to be mentored. If you feel they need mentoring and want to help them, you can be subtle about it and offer advice when they’re in a bind or learning something new. In other words, you can mentor them without actually telling them you are their mentor. Just by offering advice and guiding them, you’re already mentoring them.
Have a look at the resources I have collected for tips on becoming a mentor in the workplace.
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Mentoring Tools For The Workplace
Pros And Cons of Mentoring In The Workplace
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The Latest About Workplace Mentoring
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