with Lisa Fain, of the Center for Mentoring Excellence

 

A mentor is not a sage on a stage but a guide on the side. — Lisa Fain

Mentors play an important role in the personal and professional development of a person. They provide guidance and constructive feedback to their mentee and fosters their skills. Having a mentor to guide you or being in a mentor-mentee relationship, is the most powerful tool to create meaningful relationships both in business and in life.

But where do you find a mentor? And how do you find them?

With the workplace evolving, mentoring also has become more challenging. And the need for genuine relationships has never been more needed than now.

In this episode, Lisa Fain joins us to talk about the mentor and mentee relationship and how mentors and mentees can bridge the gap in order to create stronger connections and make things work for the better.

Lisa is the CEO of the Center for Mentoring Excellence and the founder of Vista Coaching. Her passion for diversity and inclusion work is fueled by her strong conviction that leveraging differences creates a better workplace and drives better business results.

 If you want to create better-mentoring programs for your workplace then this episode is a must-listen!

 What you will learn:

  • What is a mentor
  • How to find a mentor
  • The role of a mentor and a mentee
  • The 3 things that a mentor needs to do for his/her mentee
  • Why leadership skills is not equivalent to good mentoring skills
  • Developing mentoring skills by creating an effective mentorship program
  • What constitutes a successful mentoring relationship

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