Are we good?

By Lis Merrick   In the latest in a series of columns dedicated to mentoring, we look at how to support mentors throughout the mentoring lifecycle. This issue: how checking in keeps relationships healthy   Mentoring sessions with ‘busy’ mentees need tending if they are to survive their lifecycle   The fundamental difference between successful, effective mentoring programmes and those that fail is good preparation for mentors and mentees that is followed up, reinforced and supported throughout the programme lifecycle. Without this support and injection of new energy, many relationships involving busy people wither and die. Like plants, such relationships […]

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