7 Things to Consider When Becoming a Mentor

May 1, 2018

When inducted into the PRSA College of Fellows, a typical first thought is “what an honor.” As in all good things, with great honor comes great responsibility. So goes the responsibility as a Fellow in that it is an expectation that you are joining a great body of mentors.

We refer to mentoring as our calling card. It’s one of the things we do best. For many it is a natural part of our professional lives. We believe in the possibility of time and opportunity to “aspire higher” for ourselves and those we mentor. And whether you are a Fellow or not, everyone has experiences they can share with others.

So here are seven points to keep in mind before becoming a mentor

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