Mentor: a trusted counselor or guide
The first step in choosing a mentor is determining what you want to accomplish. A mentor who can challenge your thought process and beliefs is helpful, as they can assist you in getting to the next level in your career development.
After selecting a mentor, share the “Introduction Letter” posted on the course D2L site with them. Set up a schedule to regularly “meet” to discuss the issues brought out in the course, and any other networking questions you have.
issues; -Environment of management. -ethics and social responsibility -managing in a global world
Assignment – Mentoring Updates:
In 2 pages, share your mentor’s views regarding the chapter topics and career advice covered since the last update, and your reaction to what you’ve heard.