GUIDELINES FOR MENTEESMentees will have a one-to-one relationship with your Executive Mentor, who will act as your personal coach and career advisor, for a minimum of one year.
The responsibility of continuing and maintaining communication with your executive mentor is yours.
communication with your executive mentor needs to be maintained for you
to benefit from the priceless opportunities your mentor has to offer.
Contact your mentor with queries, questions and requests for advice.
is a list of possible activities and endeavors where you will benefit
and receive opportunities from the relationship, as well as in which you
can involve your executive mentor.
- Email and/or telephone your mentor and ask their opinion on current relevant business events.
- Ask for feedback on fine-tuning your professional attitude, presence and conduct - often referred to as soft skills.
- Ask your mentor to review items such as your resume, cover letter and/or your “elevator pitch.”
- Ask your mentor about their experience with time management systems and calendaring.
- Forward your mentor relevant business articles for later discussion or for their general information.
- Ask for assistance with networking.
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