Becoming a Mentor provides a unique opportunity to act as a role model to people at work who are less senior and less experienced than you. Not only will it help you improve your communication skills, it’s also a great way of enhancing your leadership qualities and increasing your emotional intelligence. These are important assets that will aid your career progression within the organisation. (more…)
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We now have executive coaches, leadership coaches, agile coaches, provocative coaches, business coaches, life coaches, as well as fitness and mindfulness coaches, and even in-house coaches. Are we coached out? (more…)
Knowing just how to get the best from the time you spend with your mentor might seem a little daunting at first. But remember, mentoring is a two-way process. Once you understand that the difference between success and failure, it is very much down to you, the contribution and the commitment you’re prepared to make. (more…)
Mentoring takes you on a valuable and exciting journey of self-discovery and self-awareness. It can help you maintain a good work-life balance whilst achieving ambitious objectives and goals.
Mentoring will improve your professional skills and you will learn how to fulfil your potential. You’ll find it’s a great way to build confidence, find new skills and make the most of your natural talents. With fresh insights and increased emotional intelligence, you’ll soon be climbing that career ladder and achieving your ambitions! Here are your first steps…
It seems that the office has become a stressful place for everyone. Now, more than ever, a business needs all of its employees to pull together to ensure the success of the company. The dog-eat-dog world of yesteryear is now counterproductive to growing your business. In its place is the soft skill mentoring. Senior and more experienced employees need to step out of the bubble of their own tasks and help others around them. (more…)
This new article by Bookboon author Ella de Jong introduces you to how a mentor, whether a leader, boss or friend, can encourage and inspire their mentee. (more…)