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More Managers with Mentoring Skills Needed
Sridhar Gopal, Management Consultant, India, Premium Member
Enterprises need as a managerial skill. Because it is a key contributor to human and business productivity. The HR function must stress the need for this and assist the managers to cultivate this trait by education through the company’s programs.
In my professional experience spanning nearly two decades, I learned that there is a need for a manager to be a mentor. Most managers that I worked with were professionals directing the business by CONTROLLING the resources, expenditure and even their people. Doing so resulted in GOOD REVENUES for the companies they work for. However their professionals are showing PROBLEMATIC CAREERS going through a zig zag motion while working with these managers. The key reason being these managers were "TASK MANAGERS" rather than "PROBLEM SOLVERS". As a task master my managers used to begin a meeting with "what’s the project status?..." and the presentations used to be often interrupted with- “I don't need that... No excuses please..." and the kin (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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Mentoring
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Effective Mentor Competencies
Phases in Mentoring Relationships
🔥Using Mentoring for Breaking the Glass Ceiling?
Best Practices
🥇Why is Mentoring Under-utilized?
🥈Finding a Good Mentor
More Managers with Mentoring Skills Needed
Mentor Traits and Requirements
Mentoring is Giving a Person a Passion of Following his own Way
Can One Combine Networking for a Job with Mentoring?
Formalized versus Instinctive Mentoring
Do Organizations Know what it Takes to MENTOR New Personnel?
Mentoring of Students
What is Mentoring? Mentoring is ...
The Effect of Values of Society Upon Mentoring
Mentoring in Various Cultures


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