Conversations about your performance are a given if you are an employee. You are hired to do a job and your employer wants assurance they made the right decision. They want you to succeed and grow in return for your valuable contribution. However, the quality, frequency, and format of performance conversations vary widely in the workplace. At the core is the relationship with your line manager. So it pays to give proper attention to your one-to-one.
Are you looking for the perfect mentor to help guide your career? Then you may already know: It can be hard to determine who best fits your needs.
So how do you find the perfect mentor? Or mentors? For starters, take a look at this helpful infographic from Fundera…
Are you taking full advantage of the mentorship opportunities available to you?
“Mentorship” is one of the most common phrases in career development. But what, exactly, does it mean? What is a mentor and how do you find one?
A significant mentoring experience can be life-changing. Wise counsel can help you at key points to navigate the unchartered waters of your working life.
But when conducting a mentor search, what you’re looking for? Where do you look? And how do you make it happen?
We know we learn through books and from professors. We gain knowledge through experience, both good and bad. But where do we go for been-there-done-that advice that will shorten learning curves, accelerate growth and allow us to avoid costly career mistakes? The answer, for many, is a mentor.
Mentors have helped me see many things differently. That includes what I want to accomplish in life and how to go after it, both personally and professionally.
I truly believe I would not have gotten this far were it not for choosing the right mentor…