What’s in it for you?
When you are a mentor, not only do you strengthen your leadership skills and have the chance to assess your own value and experiences, but you’ll create stronger industry bonds that will keep you relevant. And you’ll see a huge boost for your business as well.
Transferring your knowledge and insights to other persons helps them fill crucial gaps in their skills, allowing them to navigate difficult situations and be better prepared to handle tough situations. So your team members are more successful, and with a better informed and connected team, your business becomes more competitive.
So if you’re ready to help someone learn to achieve their goals, follow these six tips to build a mentoring relationship where you can grow together: