Two Ways to Wisdom
Mentors who approach the task with an open mind and a willingness to listen are very likely to learn a thing or two.
By Christopher Niesche, Human Resources Media
Making the mentoring process successful for both parties
Karen Delvin, founder and managing director of boutique business consultancy Bridges, says being ‘present’ and open to possibilities produces the best results.
“If you’re not mindful and your head is full of information you want to dump onto the mentee, you won’t be open to the opportunities that present themselves.”