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Resources On Professional Mentorship

In recent years, more focus has shifted towards professional mentorship and its benefits for those involved. With more successful business professionals talking about their positive experiences with having a mentor, it does not come as a surprise that more people are interested in learning more. For those who are interested in learning more about professional mentorships and the benefits of having a mentor, consider looking into some of these great resources.

 

The AWNY Mentoring Community
The AWNY Mentoring Community is a great resource for anyone looking for helpful information regarding mentorships. Their piece about the questions to ask your mentor examines the best questions to remember to ask a mentor, especially when first beginning. Using the questions provided can not only allow you to learn more about your mentor and how they can help you, but it can help you determine your goals with the mentorship.

 

Forbes
The well-known publication, Forbes, covers a wide variety of useful topics within a business, including mentorship. Not only do the writers provide information for mentors, but they also include useful insight for mentees, making it a great resource. A notable piece that came from Forbes includes 5 Ways To Get The Most Out Of Having A Mentor, which includes tips that are easy to understand and implement. Anyone who is new to professional mentorships should take the time to read through the article.

 

Gallop: Life In College Matters For Life After College
Have you ever wondered why it is so important to think about your professional life before you are finished with college? Gallup examined this in their resource, Life In College Matters For Life After CollegeThe piece examines a study completed by Purdue University and Lumina Foundation that looked at how mentorship-type relationships affected college students after graduation. It found that students who reported having a person who acted as a mentor, whether it be a professor or athletic coach, were both more engaged and successful in their professional careers. This is a great resource for anyone who wants to learn more about how mentorships benefit a person long-term. 

 

 

To get more information about professional mentorships and its benefits, visit the University of Kansas Business School’s resources page.

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