by Helen Moulsley


Ever thought about being a mentor and considered what it takes to be a good mentor?

Ever wished you had a mentor – someone you could turn to for advice?

Ever wondered if you could have speeded up your career progression by utilising the experience of someone who has already succeeded in your chosen field?

Ever had a mentor, and been left with the feeling that you could have received more out of the mentoring relationship?

This topic addresses these scenarios, and provides some practical guidance for the two principal parties: the mentor and the mentee.