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How to be a GREAT
How to be a GREAT
Respond to Mentees' requests as soon as possible (within a week).
Limit yourself to no more than two Mentees at a time.
Encourage your Mentee(s) to develop specific, achievable goals, and establish one for yourself as well.
Commit to communicating with your Mentee weekly throughout the relationship.
Give honest, objective, and constructive feedback.
Allow up to a week for Mentors to respond to your request.
Participate in only one mentor relationship at a time.
Have a clear goal in mind - what do you hope to achieve with mentorship?
Be open to constructive feedback.
Be proactive and prepared for meetings with your Mentor.
Respect your Mentor's time and professional obligations.
How to set
for your mentoring relationship:
Mentor Match Goal Tracker
and save it somewhere convenient so you can easily (and frequently) access it.
Ask yourself a few questions.
What are my current strengths and weaknesses?
How much time and effort am I able to dedicate to this mentorship?
What am I hoping a Mentor might be able to help me achieve?
What effect might mentoring have on me professionally and personally?
Create a draft Goal Statement, and discuss together.
Is this a SMART goal (specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, time-bound)?
What obstacles exist to achieving this goal?
Are you in a position to begin working towards this goal at this time?
Do you possess the knowledge/experience to mentor your Mentee towards this goal?
Finalize your Goal Statement, save it to you
Refer back to your Goal Tracker often.
Focus and re-focus your mentorship on your goals continuously.
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