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A mentor is a person that you may get at any stage of your life. A mentor is a person you get to guide and advise you in your life in the hope of continuing to develop your professional career. You should get a mentor in your career when you have either reached a plateau or when you want to reach the next level of your career. This paper will focus on what a mentor is, some common qualities a good mentor should possess and the steps to finding a mentor in the business world today. It will also talk about a good mentor - mentee relationship.
Throughout my life, my experiences and role models have shaped my understanding of leadership. I believe leadership is responsibly guiding and motivating others to use both my strengths and their own to obtain success. My personal leadership philosophy is guided by my core values of my family, relationships, loyalty, harmony, and responsibility. My ever-changing definition of philosophy helps my leadership and decision making routinely. New experience’s and external forces effect my translation of leadership daily which, in turn, helps shape me into a successful leader.
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Personal Strategic Management Plan: Vision Statement: My vision is to have a plan for where my life is heading, to be able to adapt to the inevitable changes that arise, and keep my values in tact that help me to live a meaningful and valued life. Mission: The core values that will help maintain my vision are: • Ambition • Responsibility • Commitment • Innovation • Dependability • A balance of flexibility and stability Stakeholder Identification: My stakeholders include family, the company I work for, coworkers, friends, and the local community. My family and friends expect success from me, just as I will expect success from them. My co-workers expect positive teamwork skills and dependability. I expect my teammates to be just and
Those you were born with and personal strengths you have developed over your lifetime. Live according to your personal values and morals. Serve as a role model, maintain a positive attitude, be and stay passionate. Continue to educate and improve yourself. According to the article, This is the one key trait that all great leaders share, states “that you are reflective about how the lessons taught in life can change the way you think, how you feel and you act.