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Part I: Mentor/Mentee: A Special Relationship > The Benefits of Being Mentored

Chapter 2. The Benefits of Being Mentored

Following is a list of reasons for entering into a mentoring relationship. Check ( ) those which are important to you.



Benefit from another person’s vision, experience and learning.

Gain insight into the organizational culture, appropriate behaviors, attitudes and protocols and possibly receive special insider knowledge that is not generally available.

Continue personal learning, performance improvement and talent development.

Be involved in what’s going on. Mentoring reduces isolation, permits access to activities and helps one serve as a learning link within the organization.

Get help focusing on career plans and career moves.

Remain mentally alert and valuable to the organization.

Experience a non-threatening climate to test one’s ideas, skills and viewpoints.

Share an adult-to-adult partnership, a model of equals.

Have a voluntary relationship.

Become energized by achievement, mastery and personal growth.

Grow in personal power and ability.



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