Mentoring is a powerful way to develop new skills. While mentees may gain knowledge about a topic, mentors also learn because they are practising a different type of teaching that is equally rewarding. Mentors can help mentees build confidence, self-esteem and motivation. Mentoring also benefits companies because well-supported people are likely to be more engaged and connected - making them better employees who are more productive and less likely to leave. Mentoring is one of the best ways for employers to give something back to their staff. Nat Schooler & CEO Stephen Gillen Discuss.
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Nathaniel Schooler - an engaging interviewer, writer and trusted adviser. IBM Futurist and LinkedIn Power Profile Award Winner.
He interviews amazing experts. People who have started, built and been part of some of the largest brands in the world and made a huge impact.
Prior experience taught him business communication is about real world relationships, (avoiding techno speak and meaningless jargon).