Explore the origins of ‘Thank Your Mentor Day’ in our latest blog. Discover the importance of showing gratitude in mentorship, Guider’s unique initiatives for celebrating mentors, and creative ways to express your appreciation. Perfect for mentees looking to honour their mentors’ impact
There’s a lot to be gained from finding a mentor. From increased confidence to better communication skills, it’s no wonder mentees are promoted x5 more often than those without.
Mentoring comes in many forms for a plethora of reasons. In today’s fiercely competitive business landscape, internal mentorship has emerged as a crucial tool for personal and professional growth.
Finding a mentor can be a game-changer in your career, but how do you approach someone to be your mentor? Get Guider’s advice to find out the best way to ask someone to be your mentor.
Having a career mentor positively impacts employees’ performance, confidence, satisfaction, and retention rates. Do you think you could benefit from internal mentoring? Here are some signs you do:
Understanding what mentorship goals you want to achieve will make you understand better what employees want to improve and focus on. Read about how to set an example for mentees.
A well-planned internal mentorship programme will build a strong company culture that empowers employees and encourages an environment where learning, growth, trust, and open communication take priority.
There may come a time when you need to conclude a relationship with a mentor. While difficult, Guider can show you the signs that your mentorship might need a review and how to break up with a mentor.
How do you make the most of a mentor experience? It’s important to think about what questions you’re asking and why.
If you’re lucky enough to be in a mentoring relationship already, that is the perfect place to start focusing on your personal development. Here’s why you should be making it a top priority: