Great Mentors Focus on the Whole Person, Not Just Their Career
There’s a lot more to us than our jobs.
This was a great read on mentorship and how one can become a better mentor.
"For example, a seasoned lawyer advising a new associate fresh out of law school how to climb the ladder to partner, might tell him or her to work 70-80 hour weeks on a consistent basis. But the senior person hasn’t asked about relationships, kids, health, etc., which could, for the junior, be more important than career and financial success. An added benefit of spending most of your time asking questions is that it prevents you from talking too much and providing too many solutions."Posted on 2019-08-14T16:18:02+0000