Episode 30 | Are You My Mentor?
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Are you my mentor?
Mentorship is a buzzy concept – especially around young professionals – but what the heck is a mentor, and how do I find one?
In this episode, I dive into the definitions of mentors and mentorship, share my experiences with my own board of directors, talk about the differences between a mentor and a company sponsor, and share red flags and green lights to look for when discerning a mentor.
Then I jump into how to find a mentor – where to look, what to say, and how to cultivate a relationship.
If you’ve ever wondered how to develop mentorship relationships, this is the episode for you!
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