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 A mentor can help you become successful! Everyone is constantly improving to become better at their craft. When a job pays well, and you are comfortable, you might wonder if having a mentor is necessary. Well, it is. In the evolving business world, you have to learn how to become indispensable to keep your position. And this is only possible by reaching out to acquire more skills and adaptability. With the help of a mentor both at work or through mentoring programs, you can build the skill to keep your position at work, confidently aim for a bigger role, and increase your value. Read on to see ten ways mentoring can aid your goal.

Increase Your Value

You are more than just a job title. With mentoring, your skills, potentials, and capabilities are discovered. And can help you draw a plan towards personal development and a role that suits you best.

You’ll Be Happier at Work

Being good at what you do makes you happy. And continued excellent performance makes you happier by the day. A mentor will help you hone skills that will lead to better performance and work output and consequently, you’ll experience happiness.

Earn More

Increased value and work performance command high pay. You’ve worked hard to achieve your goal, and it’s only natural to have a payment that equals your effort. A mentor or mentoring program will assist in getting better and teach you how to negotiate better pay.   Additionally, you’ll be set for promotion and look towards better job opportunities.

 Personal Growth

In business and beyond, personal growth is another benefit. You’ll become better as a mentor reveals your strengths and weaknesses. Areas to improve, keep working hard at, and when to make a complete reform.

Remain Important

With innovations and evolving business systems, you need to stay in demand. A mentor shows you how to adapt to changing situations and make yourself valuable. New skills to learn and changes to make to become an asset an employee would love to keep come what may.

An Additional Friend

To be effective, a mentor and mentee must have a good rapport since both work and personal matters are discussed. Hence, friendship must ensue for both parties to get along well. Without a friend-like relationship, then mentoring will suffer a lot.

Someone Who Got You

That someone has your back is comforting and valuable. Especially when a mentor is a senior colleague,  they’ll advise on steps to take when contending for promotion or a bigger role at work. Sometimes a mentor can give recommendations about you to the decision-makers and this increases your chances of landing a role.

Continuous Learning

A famous adage says “we stop learning when we die”. This implies that mentoring is continuous. As long as you keep working, mentorship continues. Don’t be surprised to know that even your mentor still gets mentored by yet another mentor; no one stops learning.

You’ll Receive Praises

Humans thrive well when praised or get good feedback. Training from a mentor brings about improvements that will make you better at what you do, and commendation will follow. The praises you receive will no doubt push you to perform better going forward.

Become a Mentor

Success is also about helping others grow. In the business world, employees retire and new ones come in. By learning from a mentor, you will be better equipped to serve as a mentor to another person. Helping such ones achieve success as well.

With these few practical points considered, there is no doubt that mentorship can help you achieve success in your field. Don’t shy away from the idea of having a mentor. Embrace it, and enjoy the accompanying benefit.

 

 

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