The growing practice of mentorship is a rewarding process. By sharing hands on experience, mentors can help their mentees in discovering and developing their potential for positive impact in the society and simultaneously enabling the mentor to achieve self actualization. There is no "right" way to mentor. The best technique is the one that is right for the individuals involved - that helps the mentor understand the mentee and allows the mentor to effectively share his or her knowledge and expertise.
Effective mentorship can take place in a wide variety of ways - in person, through the phone, via e-mail or fax, at the mentor's or mentee's facility or somewhere entirely different. Whichever the style and means of mentorship, some suggestions to help ensure the mentoring process is as effective as possible for both parties include:
The growing practice of mentoring is a rewarding process. By sharing hands- on experience, mentors can help their mentees in discovering and developing their potential for positive impact in the society and simultaneously enabling the mentor to self-actualize. Mentoring provides a wide range of programs that enable mentors and their mentees to share in their experiences and knowledge and share the same basic vision of inspiring a generation.