Succeed In Business: Get A Mentor
|Career : Career Development|
More and more people have a mentor in business, and rightly so.
Whilst seen, in the past, as the reserve of purely the new entrant or the experienced director - now anybody can have a mentor, and this is a good thing.
A mentor should be someone that you trust and who has experience in a general business context or specifically to the sort of role in which you work.
A mentor is someone that you can chat things through with in confidence - your fears, hopes, what's going well, what's not going so well, what you want to change, what you want to achieve and so on.
The purpose is that, firstly by talking things through a problem shared can be a problem halved, and also the mentor can give useful, impartial advice that can help keep you on track to achieve your goals.
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