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I like the idea of having mentoring be a possibility through the web site...
and would be willing to participate if such a service was offered.
From: kimber_miller -at- acs-inc -dot- com [SMTP:kimber_miller -at- acs-inc -dot- com]
Sent: Wednesday, March 15, 2000 4:06 PM
Subject: RE: Mentoring
Connie, I like this idea. If it can work through the site, then
who wish to participate can fill out some sort of questionnaire and
newbies pick from the list--invite a relationship, get to know the
other a bit
and see if it would work. That would allow the newbies to pick based
disclosed information, one on one communication, as well as prior
posts to the
Besides my original questions, what do y'all think of this idea?
Outstanding idea! I think mentoring can only help everyone, newbies
veterans alike. Newbies gain the benefit of another's experience,
and networking contacts. Veterans gain fresh ideas, new networking
and a new take on managing people.
I would love to have some opportunities to do so. Eric, perhaps
be a new feature on the Whirlers site, allowing those of us who
to mentor an opportunity to match up with new whirlers who'd like to
From: kimber_miller -at- acs-inc -dot- com
All this has me thinking that ours is a profession requiring
up the ladder of experience reaching back to assist new
and climbing the same ladder of professionalism.
Yet, ours is also a profession that is production-driven. Deadlines
time-to-market are king. How can mentoring possibly fit into this
environment? How can it NOT?
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