No matter your age or level of experience, finding impactful mentorship is unquestionably valuable. Additionally, few would argue that being a mentor is also a hugely rewarding endeavor.
The question, “How do I find a mentor?’ is age-old, and a frequent (and sometimes annoying) reply is, “When the student is ready, the teacher emerges.” Perhaps true, but what if we began to look at mentorship differently and flipped our current understanding of it’s set-up?
I invite you to consider co-mentorship, which is something in which I engaged recently.
What I mean is that my mentor partner and I mentor one another. After casually getting to know each other, we saw in one another strengths which the other desired to learn. It’s a mutual relationship of give and take.
So, how do you find, and then engage in, a meaningful co-mentoring relationship? Click the link in my bio to get the full article in Forbes.