A quality mentorship can be instrumental in advancing your career, but be ready to put in the work needed to make it successful.
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In GovLoop’s recent webinar, “Making the Most of Your Mentorships,” we explored tips and tricks for nurturing mutually-beneficial mentor relationships.
You may think you don’t need a mentor or may not know where to find them. But most likely, your organization is overflowing with mentors waiting to help you on your career journey.
Many agencies are trying to give employees a platform to take on new roles and expand their spheres of influence. Mentor relationships are one option.
Consider for a moment the folks you admire. The individuals you deem respectable. Do you ever wonder how they came to be an effective communicator or leader? Who helped them along the way? They might tell you the same thing. They had mentors.
I’d encourage all young professionals across all levels of government to leverage the power of video to get their message across and to have leaders at all levels share their insights and advice.
Having a mentor can help guide your employees through any number of professional challenges. But before you jump into the mentorship pool, let’s discuss what a mentor is, where they come from, and what type of results you can expect.
There is no “right” way to be a great leader or manager, but you don’t have to be in a formal supervisory role to provide leadership to your team or your organization.
There remains in our agencies an entrenched impediment to true empowerment for our entire workforce in their ability to own their work.
We explored the many benefits of building and implementing a successful workplace mentoring program for government employees in our first article. Now we will explain the steps involved in developing an effective workplace mentoring program. There are different types of mentoring, such as one-on-one mentoring; group mentoring in which one individual mentors several people at… Read more »