Research continually demonstrates the impact of mentoring. Although talent development professionals are committed to bringing mentoring to others, they may not pursue those relationships. Mentorships are most often valuable, and all individuals—talent development professionals included—should seek out these opportunities. In this issue of TD at Work, Jenn Labin:
- demonstrates the value of finding a mentor at any stage of your career
- explains the different types of mentoring relationships
- describes how to build significant mentoring relationship with trust and respect
- discusses the importance of setting expectations and developmental goals
- equips you with practical tools for achieving your learning goals.