The Casual Mentor

A Lifetime of Mentoring Concepts and Practices
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  • Published: December 2015
  • Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)
  • Pages: 138
  • Size: 5.5x8.5
  • ISBN: 9781491784600
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Hank Hoppin never fully appreciated it as it was happening, but he reaped the rewards of mentorship throughout his life.

His father died when Hank was twelve years old, and his mother began mentoring him—reminding him that Dad would not be happy, if still alive, to witness the boy’s misbehavior. She also kept him busy with a paper route to teach him the value of hard work.

Once he entered the professional ranks, he was mentored by others and enjoyed twenty-five years of success as district manager at one of America’s leading pharmaceutical companies.

He traces what he learned about mentoring in this memoir. Learn how to:

adapt mentoring practices to help people of all ages; create and develop a mentoring program; modify mentoring approaches to fit different leadership styles; incorporate storytelling into mentoring.

Filled with case studies and inspirational quotes, you’ll also learn ten advantages to a casual mentoring relationship, the top ten key attributes of the most influential corporate mentors, five undeniable benefits of highly functional teams, and the top five advantages of informal partnerships.

Get your team on the right track and enhance business operations with the revealing insights in The Casual Mentor.

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