Knobull Support Strengthens The Mentoring Process

By: Knobull
BOSTON - Jan. 16, 2023 - PRLog -- Lynn Bentley, President of Knobull announced, "When I learned that January is National Mentoring Month, I paused to reflect on all the mentors and mentees I've been fortunate enough to know throughout my career. Finding a mentor means you are building a relationship, not making a transaction. Selecting a mentor should be a thoughtful, reflective, and intentional process ("process" being the key word)."

What really matters to you? What does success look like, not to everyone else, but to you? Where do you want your career to be in a year? In five years? What will it take to get there?

Answering those questions will help you define what a successful mentor/mentee relationship looks like for you. Knobull partner JobStars' coaching is available to guide those interested, in getting in-depth support, through this career strategy development process!

Having a mentor who has been where you are, understands the challenges ahead, and has already navigated over, around, and under them will make a world of difference. Your mentor should share your values and be just as fiercely committed to them.

While it may be tempting to seek the most senior, powerful person in the room, be flexible and consider other options. If the CEO wants to take you on—and has the time to do so—don't pass it up! But if the CEO isn't an option, don't write off mentorship altogether. Please keep in mind that you can consider the President of Knobull as one of your options.

You need a mentor who has a similar mind set to yours. Someone with whom you enjoy spending time and whose friendship energizes you. Building your career is not an overnight endeavor (that's kind of the whole point).

So when it comes to making pivotal decisions, like choosing a mentor, take the time you need to get it right. The support provided by tapping the JobStars label, on the Knobull homepage, can maximize learning ROI and career growth success.

While you're always free to find a different mentor, and every successful career will likely include many of them, it's important to be judicious about the professional relationships you forge and in whom you place your time, energy, and trust.

Bentley concluded, "In addition, build on the relationships you forge through use of additional support. Fear not though—if you put in the work, your efforts will be rewarded with invaluable relationships and a fulfilling career."
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