One Minute Mentoring

One Minute Mentoring

How to Find and Work With A Mentor--and Why You'll Benefit From Being One

Book - 2017
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The bestselling co-author of the legendary The One Minute Manager® and a former Twitter executive join forces to create the ultimate guide to creating powerful mentoring relationships. While most people agree that having a mentor is a good thing, they don’t know how to find one or use one. And despite widespread approval for the idea of being a mentor, most people don’t think they have the time or skills to do so. Positive mentoring relationships can change the way we lead and help us succeed. In One Minute Mentoring, legendary management guru Ken Blanchard and Claire Diaz-Ortiz, a former Twitter executive and early employee, combine their knowledge to provide a systematic approach to intergenerational mentoring, giving readers great insight into the power and influence of mentoring and encouraging them to pursue their own mentoring relationships. Using his classic parable format, Blanchard explains why developing effective communication and relationships across generations can be a tremendous opportunity for companies and individuals alike. One Minute Mentoring is the go-to source for learning why mentoring is the secret ingredient to professional and personal success.
Publisher: New York, NY : William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, [2017]
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9780062429308
0062429302
Call Number: 658.3124 BLANCHARD
Characteristics: xiii, 140 pages ; 22 cm
Subjects: Mentoring.
Employees -- Coaching of.
Mentoring in business.
Additional Contributors: Diaz-Ortiz, Claire 1982-

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May 19, 2017

An excellent book that shows you step by step how to institute a mentoring plan from the beginning into a lasting relationship. I really liked how they distinguished the difference from Coaching and Mentoring and how the main character had to continually learn what it meant to be a mentee. Another hidden value in the book was the characters were truly effective people. All through out the book you can see signs of Covey's 7 Habits. The first one the reader sees is Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood. That's the only one I'll give you, you'll have to read the book yourself to find the rest. This is definitely one to add to your bookshelf and continue to revisit over and over again.

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