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This chapter is from the book

Actions & Ideas

  1. Identify those who have served as mentors in the past. Formally recognize their role as mentor and find one or two who will actively allow you to meet or correspond with them for this purpose.
  2. Create a list of career questions and concerns to bring to your mentors. In particular, identify areas or skills with which you struggle, and get input into those areas.

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  3. Identify those who have placed you either officially or unofficially in the role of mentor. When they seek your advice, let them know of your own mentoring activities. Foster an understanding in them of the importance of ongoing mentoring relationships.
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