International forum: Romance & Friendship - HOW TO MAKE YOUR MENTORSHIP RELATIONSHIP VALUABLE?
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17 Nov 2014 16:41

This may seem counterintuitive, but let's explore why. Mentorship is the most significant predictor of career success, all other variables (such as education level, ambition level, industry) held equal, so you certainly have a lot to gain. But a successful mentorship relationship is mutually beneficial.

18 Nov 2014 19:13

18 Nov 2014 19:16

O no . Im sory dear .whats that mantorship?

18 Nov 2014 19:55

Be mindful that your mentor is monitoring your progress and when you slip, they begin to reevaluate the time they commit to this precious relationship.

18 Nov 2014 20:04
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18 Nov 2014 21:58

If you're the mentor then its up to to make no mistake in anything you do, your success in everyday life will lead to most of theirs but if you fail your part then everyone behind you get to the negativity side

19 Nov 2014 04:08

The value of a mentor goes beyond learning from their experiences. A mentor can also view things more objectively. Once a mentor relationship is established, even emotional connections do not become an issue. Case in point are our parents. In essence, our parents are our first mentors. They guide us with their experiences and regardless of arguments or disagreements we've had with them, the bottom-line is, advice is rendered "for our own good". These disagreements arise because we develop our own consciousness and opinions at a certain age. The same goes with other mentors we have down the road. The key to maximizing mentors is to have an open, honest relationship. Both parties must respect the other's opinions and be willing to implement advice...

19 Nov 2014 11:39

Quote by ladyihzai
The value of a mentor goes beyond learning from their experiences. A mentor can also view things more objectively. Once a mentor relationship is established, even emotional connections do not become an issue. Case in point are our parents. In essence, our parents are our first mentors. They guide us with their experiences and regardless of arguments or disagreements we've had with them, the bottom-line is, advice is rendered "for our own good". These disagreements arise because we develop our own consciousness and opinions at a certain age. The same goes with other mentors we have down the road. The key to maximizing mentors is to have an open, honest relationship. Both parties must respect the other's opinions and be willing to implement advice...

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