Ten inspiring quotes on mentorship - the acquisition group
Mentorship relationships also play a key role in fostering meaningful relationships within your firm that will develop, fulfill and ultimately retain top talent. I am thankful to have had multiple opportunities to play the roll of both mentor and mentee.
From each relationship I learned something different or was challenged in a different way. Todd gave me confidence to pursue my dreams and equipped me with the skills to be able to do it.
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Sherry encouraged me during a difficult season of my life and was my sounding board during my job search as I graduated college. Kristin, one of the sweet high school girls I fro after graduation, taught me how to be bold enough fog pursue goals, even if they are counter to the status quo. I am sure you have stories like these, too; those people in your life who slowed down enough to spend time with you and made you who you are today.
It is important to foster those types of relationships in a workplace for several reasons: 1.
A Head Start A formal mentorship program can shorten the learning curve for new employees. In an effort to make the onboarding process easy and welcoming, many corporations with formal mentorship programs as new hires a mentor on day one.
Ideally that relationship will develop into one that is beneficial to both parties on a deeper level as well. Leadership Development Mentorship is a valuable opportunity to develop leadership skills in a casual, non-threatening environment. Mentors have a safe venue to fine tune management and communication skills while building into a more junior employee.
Humility and the Pursuit of Excellence Similar to peer-to-peer friendships, mentorship is another opportunity to take your eyes off yourself. Both mentor and mentee have the opportunity to support one another through encouraging words, sound advice, or hands-on assistance.
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The mentors are there to celebrate great wins and encourage the mentees when they are struggling. And because mentor relationships are fundamentally established with the expectation of personal growth, particularly for the mentee, mentors and mentees alike have the green light to challenge one another to improve and to pursue excellence at work. But pity the man who falls and has no one to help him up!
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