Helping your Mentee Trust Their Own Judgment

April 17, 2017

"Being a sounding board for your mentee, allowing them to discuss the situation with you, then helping them to think through the situation by asking them questions to draw out the consequences of various actions, is always more empowering for a mentee than advising them what to do. It helps them work through the issue and come to their own conclusions. By doing so, you ultimately help them to learn to think through issues themselves and trust their own judgment, both valuable life skills."

-From "10 Ways to be a Good Mentor" by Blue Sky Coaching.

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