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Mentor #5: The Reverse Mentor

Mentor #5: The Reverse Mentor

As a mentor, you do not only teach, but you also learn from your mentees, from their experiences and improve your own leadership style. 

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Mentor #3: The Copilot

Mentors are not just someone you look up to, but someone who could be by your side supporting and advising you. It's more than just a mentor-mentee relationship, because both of you are committed to assist and collaborate with each other.

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Mentor #4: The Anchor

In life, it is just natural to encounter problems and this is where the anchor goes in. This mentor serves as a support especially during challenging times.

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Mentor #1: The Master of Craft

They are like actual Jedi masters who possess wisdom acquired from experiences.

Turn to this person when you need advice about launching a new initiative or brainstorming where you should work next

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Mentor #2: The Champion of Your Cause

They could not just be your personal mentor but could also be your link to other useful people in the industry.

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  • Sincere and have the desire to develop and help others even without any price.
  • Prepared to commit time and energy to the mentoring relationship.
  • Have the relevant knowledge, expertise, or skills needed by the mentee.
  • Have the will to share his experiences, event the bad ones.
  • With a growth mindset and learning attitude.
  • Possesses the skills to help develop others.

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The Mentor

Mentorship is about having challenging conversations that help increase our self-awareness and helps us grow both personally and professionally.

To find a mentor, pick someone you admire that is within reach and consider their willingness to form a professional relationship with you. Having a mentor will strongly build a strong personal brand by displaying your competence, experience, and positive attitude.

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The terms mentoring and coaching are often mistakenly interchanged. Although they are similar, they are not the same when it comes to approach.

  • Mentoring - long-term relationship focusing on the growth and development of the mentee with the mentor as the source of the wisdom, support, and knowledge.
  • Coaching - short-term relationship focusing on strengthening traits and eliminating behaviors that diminishes one's performance.

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