Let’s talk about mentorship!
Mentoring is a powerful personal and career development move for anyone who has their sights set on achieving (or exceeding) their life’s aspirations.
A good mentorship is part “secret weapon”, part growth experience in which both of you can reap major benefits. A mentor can help you with just about anything, such as role transition, leadership skills, clinical support, brainstorming and guidance on decision making.
Mentors also make good point-people for dealing with challenges related to emotional stress, such as burn out and overwhelm. One of the most common difficulties that having a mentor can help you with is overcoming imposter syndrome.
(Pssst! I recorded an entire episode on this topic: #010 New Grad Mindset: How To Overcome And Imposter Syndrome.)
A mentoring relationship, whether it’s 1:1 or group setting can help boost or accelerate your confidence in whatever you’re new at or adjusting to. But how do you know which mentor is right for you?
In today’s episode, I’m explaining the 3 Different Types of Mentors & How To Find One. Get ready to learn:
- The Different Types of Mentor Relationships
- How to Determine Your Ideal Mentorship Type
- How You Can Actually GET A Mentor
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