Having a mentor - a more-experienced, often older colleague who helps guide you in your career - can be rewarding both personally and professionally. Mentors can help you learn new skills, advance in your career and find satisfaction in your work.
In mentoring relationships, both mentors and the colleagues they advise take on serious responsibilities to one another. Is being mentored right for you? Choose from the topics below to learn more.
Mentee Guide: Is Being Mentored for You?
The benefits of being mentored are many, but there are responsibilities, too. Learn what's required.
Why Mentoring Programs Make Sense
A departmental mentoring program can help employees on both sides of the relationship learn and grow. Here are some guidelines on starting a program.
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