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Mentoring Requires More Than Good Intention

by Lois Zachary It takes time and work. It requires knowledge, competency, skill and a planned strategy. Mentors and mentees who come to mentoring prepared, and know what to expect, report more fulfilling and mutually satisfying mentoring relationships. So what … Continue reading

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How Assumptions Derail Good Mentoring Relationships

by Lois Zachary Why is it that some people succeed at mentoring while others miss the mark? For one thing, the word “mentoring” is not uniformly understood. Mentoring partners hold differing assumptions about what mentoring actually means. Mentees and mentors … Continue reading

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Fifty Shades of Mentoring & 4 Ways to Succeed

by Lois Zachary It was a dark and stormy night. Secretly, she wanted to cancel their mentoring meeting. She was scared. Scared about driving during the storm and also that if she didn’t meet with her mentor this evening she would miss … Continue reading

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Celebrating Our Mentors and Lessons Learned

by Lois Zachary We must find time to stop and thank the people who make a difference in our lives.” Dan Zadra, the Founder and Editorial Director of Compendium, Inc. Easier said than done. How many times have we expressed … Continue reading

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