People go through different experiences in the mentoring process; care to share yours?
It may have been at school, college, home, work or church. Sometimes what we share openly and honestly can help somebody else either understand or stop struggling with their own issues. When another person realizes that someone else is facing what they are going through, it helps them become stronger.
This is not to indicate that I am looking for negative experiences only; on the contrary the more positive experiences shared, the more encouragement is passed on.
Your sharing can take the form of a comment or if you feel you can write a whole article on it just send it to me (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the subject MY MENTORING EXPERIENCE and I will be glad to publish it here. You may or may not include a name or pseudo-name.
- I’m a mentor. No really, I am. (mylifesweird.wordpress.com)
- Mentoring makes business sense (wetalkbusiness.org)
- Mentoring works best when it isn’t forced (smartbrief.com)
- Who’s Teaching Who? Reverse Mentoring in the Workplace (socialmediachat.wordpress.com)