Hands, Head, and Heart

November 12th, 2014   •   Comments Off on Hands, Head, and Heart   

by Rik Nemanick, Ph.D. This post describes core concept for The Mentor’s Way Rule #4: Good Questions Beat Good Advice and Rule #5: Balance Empathy and Action. As trust grows between a mentor and a protégé, the types of issues that the protégé wants to discuss will change. At the beginning, when they are just getting to know each […]

Reverse Mentoring

January 17th, 2014   •   Comments Off on Reverse Mentoring   

by Rik Nemanick, Ph.D. January is National Mentoring Month. It is a great time for you to reflect on what roles mentors have played in your career and your life as well as think about how you can “pay it forward” and share mentoring with someone else. Mentoring is typically thought of as a one-way […]

The Mentors Way Rule #6: Foster Accountability

December 30th, 2013   •   Comments Off on The Mentors Way Rule #6: Foster Accountability   

by Rik Nemanick, Ph.D. This post is the sixth in the series The Mentor’s Way, a set of guides for mentors who want to bring out the best in others. Up until this point, most of the Rules of Mentoring have focused on building trust with a protégé and exploring Hands, Head, and Heart issues. As you […]

Interview on Mentoring Programs

August 13th, 2013   •   Comments Off on Interview on Mentoring Programs   

Rik was featured in a recent radio interview with our colleague, Les Landes of Landes & Associates, talking about how organizations can grow their social capital and engage their employees more effectively through well-designed mentoring programs. You can hear the interview here, or you can download a podcast directly in iTunes by following this link.

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