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Lean In – Chapter 5 by Sheryl Sandberg

Consumed => “Lean In – Chapter 5 (Are You My Mentor?)” by Sheryl Sandberg.

=> Key takeaway (page 70)…

“Getting the attention of a senior person with a virtuoso performance works, but it’s not the only way to get a mentor. I have seen lower-level employees nimbly grab a moment after a meeting or in the hall to ask advise from a respected and busy senior person. The exchange is casual and quick. After taking that advice, the would-be mentee follows up to offer thanks and then uses that opportunity to ask for more guidance. Without even realizing it, the senior person becomes involved and invested in the junior person’s career. The work ‘mentor’ never needs to be uttered. The relationship is more important than the label.”

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