Are You Making This Common Mistake With Mentorship?
Let me ask you: the last time you walked into your mentorship meeting, did you have an agenda?
Looking back at what distinguishes an effective mentorship session from one that isn't so - one key difference stands out: mentee's preparation.
This doesn't have to be a point by point detailed agenda - it can be as simple as:
1. The challenge, problem, or opportunity you are facing
2. What you have tried already
3. What guidance you are seeking
Remember, in mentorship, you own the agenda.
Your mentor is there to support and guide you accordingly.
This preparation demonstrates your commitment to your growth and valuing your mentor's time.