My experience is not unique. Some mentees engage in formal and informal mentoring relationships—personal and professional—just so they can “sit at the foot of the master.” As result, they don’t find their own voice to ask for what they need from a mentoring relationship but settle on what they get instead.
The Mentee’s Guide: Making Mentoring Work for You is an invitation to exercise your voice with full resonance and not to settle for anything less than what you need. Whether you are just starting out in your career, seeking personal or professional development, transitioning to new responsibilities, retiring, or re-careering, it is important to understand what it means to be a mentoring ...

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