Mentorship & Me Part 9 - Peggy Edwards - On My Own

Posted by | February 26, 2012 | Mentee Blog Posts | No Comments

As my mentor was poorly this week we didn’t have our usual catch up. It was only planned to be a short catch up rather than a full on session so I was surprised how much I missed it. I didn’t get my regular hit of analysis and exploration of the; what and why I do things. I constantly write sound-bites in our meetings, mostly to do with the home work she gives me, and occasionally I revisit these to remind me of the reflections that week. I even have a classic one-liner (see part 5 on the blog) in front of me every day in the office to inspire me. Perhaps I, and potentially my mentor, should collate these together to form some sort of guide, like a thought-for-the-day so I can revisit them to inspire or curtail my activities! Let’s hope she gets better soon, else I could really go off the rails……

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  • Aresko says:

    As of next week, I’m very much back 🙂 Can feel a stock take on the cards for our next catch up then. Looking forward to it.

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