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Whilst it’s vital to choose the right mentor and understand how to work with them it’s also important to make sure that you give the best to the relationship so that you can get the best from it. Being a successful protégé is more likely if you remember a few key things.
A great mentor will act sometimes as a coach, guiding by exploring your knowledge and skills, or as a traditional mentor, building on your skills with their experience, and occasionally in the role of consultant to you and your business. Knowing which approach to take in which context is a key mentoring skill.
For a mentor, being curious, questioning the mentee is a vital part of the process. It is questioning to gain insight into the core values, as well as, many other facets of the business. Through the questioning process, both the mentee and mentor will be unlocking clarity.
Mentoring is recognised as an important component of small business development. Many see a market gap and want to fill that void. Yet , they don’t have the confidence and expertise to succeed without experienced assistance. That strategic issue is where mentors work best.