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Conversations between mentees and mentors represent the foundation of mentoring relationships and provide a mechanism for development to occur. The quality of your conversations will directly impact the value it will have on your development... 

Published in Mentoring
Tuesday, 26 September 2017 04:00

MAKE MENTORING CONVERSATIONS MEANINGFUL

Hooray!  You’ve found a mentee or mentor and are officially part of a mentoring relationship.  Now what?  Now comes the work...

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If you want to build a more genuine, caring, and meaningful mentoring relationship, then you need to know the four phrases that can help you get there.

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To build a communication cycle for your mentoring program, you should consider three factors: focus, rhythm, and frequency.

Published in Mentoring
Tuesday, 16 May 2017 06:00

MY MENTORING MANTRA

I have many mentors and supporters surrounding me, giving me advice, helping me deal with the struggles my family faces, and giving me strength to do what I need to do for the well-being of my son who has special needs.  Through all of this, I came to realize that I have a mentoring mantra, which can be applied by all of us, regardless of our circumstances: I do not have to do this alone.

Published in Mentoring
Tuesday, 16 August 2016 06:00

MENTORING BRINGS OUT THE BEST IN US

Over nearly two decades, I have seen River facilitate and support thousands of mentoring relationships. People have been helped, supported, guided, advised, listened to, and made to feel valuable and worthwhile, all because they took part in mentoring. On a micro level, this can change the course of a person’s life. On a macro level, it makes me say simply that mentoring brings out the best in us. Here are three ways this can happen.

Published in Mentoring
Tuesday, 03 May 2016 06:00

ARE YOU FULLY ENGAGED IN MENTORING?

I often write about modern mentoring and how to engage with groups of people for collaborative and generative learning. But this time around, I want to focus on a more traditional mentoring schema—a mentoring pair.

Mentoring is meant to be a learning relationship where both parties benefit from spirited sharing. To get the most from your mentoring experience, you must fully engage...

 

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