What do you say to a mentor?
I will always be grateful to you for your support and kindness. It would be impossible to count all the ways that you’ve helped me in my career. Thank you so much for all that you’ve done — I only hope I can return the favor sometime in the future. Thanks for being a good mentor and for guiding me on the right path.
How do you introduce yourself to a mentor email?
1) Introduce yourself, your year of training, hospital. 2) Basic information about your background: hometown/ educational background/ family. 3) Briefly describe your career aspirations and goals in fellowship. 4) Identify one or two questions/ areas of guidance for your mentor to help you with.
How do I approach a mentor meeting?
Here is a step-by-step blueprint on how to approach someone to mentor you!
- Request a one-on-one meeting. Ask your potential mentor out for lunch or to meet for coffee.
- Recap their accomplishments and contributions.
- Briefly outline your career goals.
- Describe your mutual connection.
- Ask for their support through mentorship.
What to get out of a mentor?
Here’s a quick guide to getting the most out of your mentor:
- Perspective. During the mentorship process, you set goals for what you want to achieve.
- Strong Feedback Skills.
- Internal Locus of Control.
What should I expect from my mentor?
Before You Find a Mentor: What to Expect
- Gain from your mentor’s knowledge, skills, values, experience, and expertise.
- Grow your awareness of both potential obstacles and opportunities.
- Receive feedback in key areas such as communications, interpersonal relationships, technical abilities, and leadership skills.
How do you reach out to a mentee?
Send a quick message introducing yourself. Ask your mentee for a short bio to introduce themselves. Consider your own experience and strengths, and what you’ll bring to the relationship. Consider what you want to get out of the mentoring relationship — this is a two-way street.
What does a mentor do?
A mentor may share with a mentee (or protege) information about his or her own career path, as well as provide guidance, motivation, emotional support, and role modeling. A mentor may help with exploring careers, setting goals, developing contacts, and identifying resources.
How do you follow up with a mentor?
These are our tips for building and maintaining a relationship after your coffee chat.
- Follow-Up with an Email to Let Them Know What You Learned.
- Write a Blog Post About Your Experience.
- Connect with Them on Twitter.
- Continue to Demonstrate Value.