URGENT CARE

Whether you’e a Mentor or a Mentee, a sense of urgency on the job matters–because it beats complacency every time.

Folks who are complacent on the job, no matter at what stage of development, just hang out in a comfort zone of safety.

They usually think everything’s pretty much OK, just the way it is.

But those with a strategic vision, for their organization and for themselves, aren’t really comfortable.

They nurture a gut level determination to keep moving forward; keep winning; keep adding skills and tools to their world of work.

These people seek action on critical issues NOW–and want to move forward toward distinction, greatness, unique goals.

They work on renewing their sense of purpose and pay attention to their inner direction.  You might think of their approach as urgent care!

The 5-part complex of “vitamin C’s” to maintain this spirit includes Courage, Creativity, Competence, Communication and Competitiveness.

A balanced and steady dose of these will give new meaning to “urgent care” for both Mentor and Mentee career pathways and personal relationships.

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About Mentoring Moments

Perrrone-Ambrose Associates specializes in assisting organizations of all sizes and missions to provide mentoring to their employees at every level. We accomplish this by creating mentoring systems and training strategies and programs for mentors and their mentees in establishing helping relationships. We started this blog with objective of sharing what we continue to discover about the mentoring process and by providing a clearinghouse for sharing our readers' experiences in the world of mentoring.

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