Many individuals and organisations benefit from mentoring to improve their knowledge, skills and networking. Finding a mentor may be through structured mentee placements, through introduction by a colleague or manager to someone with a particular skills set, or through the mentee researching the right individual and approaching them directly. Whichever method is used, the relationship is voluntary on both parts and should support a reciprocal exchange of knowledge. This section of our website supports you to understand what's involved in being a mentor or a mentee, and how to set up a mutually supportive mentoring partnership.
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