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Power Mentoring Summary

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Power Mentoring SummaryHow Successful Mentors and Proteges Get the Most Out of Their Relationships

Let’s separate ordinary mentoring concept and the more unfamiliar “power mentoring” which allows access to an entire network other, unlike the traditional one which is based on one-on-one interaction.

Who Should Read “Power Mentoring”? And Why?

People with a passion for mentorship and topics similar to it will find “Power Mentoring” utterly breathtaking. Sooner or later, we all return to the basis of excellent communication, but if that interaction delivers business value – bull’s eye. In reality, living on the verge of uncertainty, from a company’s perspective is equal to disaster.

Although the business world enforces inevitable changes and it requires flexibility, firms are looking for people who can maintain a sense of stability within its ranks.

If you count yourself capable enough, to be the one, who is worthy of being called – mentor, add this book to your collection.  

About Ellen Ensher & Susan Murphy

Ellen EnsherEllen Ensher is currently working at Loyola Marymount University as an associate professor of management in Los Angeles, California. She graduated from Claremont Graduate University.

Susan Murphy is also an associate professor – at Claremont McKenna College, and she is a dean of the Henry R. Kravis Leadership Institute, located in California.

“Power Mentoring Summary”

Before we take matters to the next level, the concept of traditional mentoring has to perfectly clear. Instead of practicing leadership some companies turn to more extensive coordination or mentorship.

In other words, the relationship among associates on different levels, are integrated by a leader or decision-maker who looks one step ahead on behalf of the organization.

Efficient leaders are more than just good listeners; they create value by coordinating various activities. Before we dive into “power mentoring” several other closely linked concepts, needs to be explained.

By all means, building a reputation at work, takes time and patience, regardless of your status. These days, it’s virtually impossible to spend 40-50 years in one company. This leads to a discovery well-known to the civilized world – everything is changing, whether we like it or not.

The more demanding workforce, longer hours, constant pursue, and improvement followed by a job diversity, is slowly eradicating the old and obsolete models. Nowadays, corporations are prone to ups and downs more than usual, despite the cutting-edge technology designed to reduce human errors.

Top executives are eager to become mentors for various reasons, depending on the industry and their expertise. Inspiring customer loyalty, building social consciousness, and providing valuable insights related to the company is a rare skill founded among the executives.

Don’t get discouraged if your status doesn’t match our preconditions, work your way through to climb the corporate ladder. In any case, the most valuable tool at your disposal is your willingness to fight and endure in these difficult times.

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