Mentor Traits and Requirements


 
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Mentor Traits and Requirements
S Luther
In the workplace, FEAR often stops good mentoring; holding on to information, they may want my job.
A good mentor has to have the following attributes / traits (the culture of a company can influence this and should):
- Openness, don't hold anything back
- Wanting to see others succeed and grow
- Empower with information and skills
. A mentor need not be the manager
- Having no vested interest
- Gives objective advice and encouragement.
These are highly important and valuable people skills, but managers are too often focused on other issues.
 

 
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Nyasulu Pachisi, Malawi, Member
It is very difficult to mentor someone you don't really know, for instance
- the academic background
- the cultural background
- the di...
 

 
Integrity,Trust and Communication Skills
S Luther
The important thing with mentoring is for both parties to understand each other's roles and what each wants from the relationship. The mentor is chose...
 

 















 


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