What Should I Work on in My Mentoring Relationship? [Training Journal]

Laura Francis
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Laura Francis

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Focus-of-mentoring-articleWhat Should I Work on in My Mentoring Relationship?

By Laura Francis
Published in Training Journal
January 17, 2020

It can be overwhelming to try to figure out what you want to gain from a mentoring relationship. This Training Journal article by Laura Francis shares five questions you should answer to help frame your thoughts.

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It can be overwhelming to try to figure out what you want to gain from a mentoring relationship. It may even sometimes feel like that childhood question: “What do you want to be when you grow up?”

When you have unlimited options, paralysis by analysis can kick in. As a result, it can be difficult to figure out what areas to focus on in a mentoring relationship, what goals you want to set, who the best person is to ask for help, and so on.

However, if you pull apart the overarching topic and think of it in smaller pieces, you can begin to see how all of the parts come together to form the larger view.

Here are five questions you should answer to help frame your thoughts.

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