In this video, Lisa and Elizabeth share how to find a mentor and be a mentor, what makes a mentoring relationship as good for the mentor as it is for the mentee, and how to use mentoring on both sides to increase your organizational influence.
- Mentoring is a great way to develop…your organizational influence.…If your organization doesn't have…a formal mentoring program, don't be dissuaded.…You can still mentor someone or be mentored informally.…First, let's talk about how to find a mentor.…Now, the most obvious place to look is your boss,…but expanding your horizons can be…a really great thing here.…The challenge with finding a mentor is,…high-profile people who make great mentors,…well, they get approached a lot.…
You know, so rather than asking, will you be my mentor?…Try starting off by asking for some specific advice.…Think about people who share your role…who have more experience,…or maybe people who are in a different role…but have been in the industry for a long time.…A perfect mentor doesn't need to understand…every tiny detail of your job.…You know, someone who wound up being a mentor of mine…once told me, you don't choose a mentor.…
They choose you.…Now, this person was a high-profile executive.…She was running one of the largest news and…
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- Name three ways that you can add value to a meeting.
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