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The mentor ’ s role

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The mentor’s job is to listen, provide constructive feedback, help their mentee consider various options, refer them to resources available and facilitate their decision-making regarding study, work or career matters... In these ways mentors provide guidance... The mentor does not solve problems; rather they are a collaborator in a problem solving process... Typically a mentoring relationship develops over time (Fig. 1)... This is a time to define the mentoring relationship, clarify expectations and set goals... As the relationship evolves, you become more comfortable with one-another... You focus on the goals and tasks that you have agreed upon... Ideally, a kind of synergy develops that allows you to produce exciting results... Trust and intimacy may develop... The mentoring has achieved its objectives and you may move into a collegial relationship, or friendship, or relinquish their roles... An acknowledgment of the conclusion of the mentoring relationship, such as a celebration or final event, is useful.

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The mentor’s job is to listen, provide constructive feedback, help their mentee consider various options, refer them to resources available and facilitate their decision-making regarding study, work or career matters... In these ways mentors provide guidance... The mentor does not solve problems; rather they are a collaborator in a problem solving process... Typically a mentoring relationship develops over time (Fig. 1)... This is a time to define the mentoring relationship, clarify expectations and set goals... As the relationship evolves, you become more comfortable with one-another... You focus on the goals and tasks that you have agreed upon... Ideally, a kind of synergy develops that allows you to produce exciting results... Trust and intimacy may develop... The mentoring has achieved its objectives and you may move into a collegial relationship, or friendship, or relinquish their roles... An acknowledgment of the conclusion of the mentoring relationship, such as a celebration or final event, is useful.

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