The Mentor Effect examines the vital role that mentors contribute to academic and career success, as well as how to assemble a team.
As the student moves through their academic and career process, they will find that some of the most valuable people contributing the most to their success are their mentors. This audiobook examines the understanding of what a mentor is, how mentors help, why they help, how to assemble a mentor team, and how a student should engage with that team.
The relationship between students and their mentor is a 95% one-way benefit. The person being mentored, in this case the student, receives the lion-share of the benefit, while the mentor receives primarily the satisfaction of leading the student towards success.
Mentors come in all shapes, sizes, genders, backgrounds, ages, abilities, and desires. Their value as a mentor emerges from having proven their own wisdom through their accomplishments, achievements, or experience. The Mentor Effect examines this and more.
This audiobook is the second in Lance Orndorff's College Series and examines a particular slice of the overall college experience and what mentors contribute to academic and career success. Additional information and other books in the series can be found at AcademicPassport.com.