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WORKING: Finding A Mentor

March 3, 2012 10:36am (EDT)
(Photo Courtesy of <a href=http://www.flickr.com/photos/lokner/4164251472/>Michael Lokner via Flickr</a>.)
(Photo Courtesy of Michael Lokner via Flickr.)

People often through around the phrase “he’s my mentor.” What does that really mean, though?

Developing a useful mentoring relationship is more than just learning new skills and approaches from an older co-worker or friend. It’s about an investment in your success – from you and your mentor.

Brandon Smith explains (and has a few ideas on how to find a good mentor) in this week’s Working on GPB Radio.

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