Mentoring is a valuable tool to drive personal and professional growth. The CMI Blueprint for Balance identified mentoring as a way to help women progress in the workplace. Organisations can use mentoring schemes to share knowledge, improve teamwork, and foster a culture of generous leadership.
Running a successful mentoring session is a two-way process: mentees need to have prepared points for discussion, while mentors need to provide mentees with the tools and resources to develop their skills. Below are some top tips to make mentoring work.
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