Mentoring at Work…the what, the why and the how

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CM LEARNING - HERE'S WHY YOU NEED A MENTOR

Mentoring at work can have a huge impact on our development, yet so many of us could benefit in understanding just why we need a mentor.

Have you ever wondered what mentoring at work is, why you should bother and how to go about getting started? Or maybe you’re considering if you’ve got what it takes to be a mentor? Well, wonder no longer!
 
Different to coaching, feedback and counselling, career-based mentoring allows us to learn and develop from someone who has taken the path that we are on.

They become an impartial and objective sounding board, someone that we can confide our deepest, darkest professional secrets to!

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Having a mentor at work has huge benefits for our mindset and resilience, and there are important things to know before you dive in.
 
Put twenty minutes aside for your development and watch my video below where I talk about what mentoring at work is (and what it isn’t!), why you should consider having one and how to get started in setting up the relationship…and I even check-in with my first ever mentor from many, many years ago to get her take on things!

Take a look and be sure to subscribe for more videos to help your mindset strength and resilience!

I love helping people to develop their mindset, resilience and wellbeing with the videos I produce. If you get anything from them and would like to help keep me going with a nice cuppa (double espresso for me), that would be amazing.
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