Everyone can use a mentor. Scratch that — as it turns out, we could all use five mentors. “The best mentors can help us define and express our inner calling,” says Anthony Tjan, CEO of Boston venture capital firm Cue Ball Group and author of Good People. “But rarely can one person give you everything you need to grow.”
At the Oregon Audits Division, we give all our staff, both new and well-worn, the opportunity to participate in mentoring relationships with others in the division. These relationships allow the person being mentored to grow by tapping into the wisdom and experience of others, and gives the mentor a chance to help develop the proficiency of those around them- and by extension, the whole office.
Mentoring relationships can be formal or informal, and as Julia Fawal writing for TEDx explains, can cover a broad array of development, learning, and support needs for all those who take part. When it comes to mentoring, more is more.
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