We recently launched an e-learning course for executive mentors. Here are five reasons why it might be the perfect course for you to take.Read More
Business Mentoring Matters
Senior executives are leaders not only within their organization, but also within the larger business community. Placed in the highest positions within their companies, their daily actions can dramatically affect our families, our communities, our country, and the world.
We often view teachers, doctors, and others as being critical to our well-being as a society. We should view business executives the same way. Business executives have a tremendous wealth of knowledge, expertise, and experience that, when passed on to others, can help us learn from the past, plan for the future, and prepare tomorrow’s leaders.
So how do we help business executives share their knowledge with the next generation of great leaders? That's where executive mentoring comes in.Read More
Executive Mentoring (EM) is an important part of key leadership development. It is a powerful and effective way of sharing high level knowledge and experience
What if this happened to you?
You’ve been in a stagnant career for some time. You’re at the top of your game but are feeling frustrated and unfulfilled in your work. You have thought about starting your own business in a different field but aren’t sure if you can take the risks involved. You’ve gone to classes on how to start your own business and you’ve done some preliminary work but you can’t seem to move any further ahead. You know that this new venture is something you would really like to try but you are reluctant to give up the security of a good salary, important benefits and the status of a good job. So you continue to vacillate in taking action, hoping that at some point something will happen to get you to move decisively toward that new venture. You don’t know what it will take but hope that whatever it is comes along soon.
Executive Mentoring is different from other types of mentoring in that the mentor is always someone from the organization who holds an executive level position. With that position comes an awareness that Executive Mentors should have when relating with their mentorees. The following are 5 tips that all Executive Mentors should keep in mind when engaging as a mentor: