I am often asked about mentoring. Everyone can benefit from having a mentor because a voice of experience can enable us to tackle problems or plan our career more effectively than learning by trial and error. We can think of a mentor as a coach who is always there for us when we need guidance or want brainstorming. With that as a loose definition, the relationship can be brief and informal or deep and lasting—professors in graduate school, senior co-workers, your direct supervisor, or senior management in your company. I personally have also benefited from relationships with capable people I admire, such as colleagues in professional societies.
Mentoring Can Get You Straight to Your Goal
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