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Mentorship: The Benefits Of Mentorship

What Are The Benefits Of Mentorship? The benefits of mentorship are widespread. Mentorship has the power to accelerate the professional development of mentees as the mentors share knowledge, experience, and expertise. Within mentorship arrangements, it's expected that there will be several benefits for mentees  but there are also a considerable number of benefits for  mentors. A few benefits of mentorship have been captured below: Benefits To The Mentees Mentees are equipped to navigate through challenging situations with ease as they receive knowledge and effective strategies from mentors Mentees are given the opportunity to learn from the previous mistakes of their mentors and subsequently make fewer mistakes during their professional journey and expedite their success Mentees have a springboard for innovative ideas and receive timely encouragement to contribute courageously to their work environments Mentees gain a reliable accountability partner for growth-cent
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