Mentoring can come in all shapes and sizes. It can come when it's least expected or it can be intentionally sought out by either the mentor or the mentee. It can be as simple as meeting intentionally with a student in your neighborhood on a regular basis, or partnering with a local non-profit mentoring organization to pour into one or more students at the same time. Each mentoring relationship is unique, but the specific type of mentoring relationship tends to have similar characteristics and dynamics as other relationships of the same type. This week, Zach and John hop on the pod to discuss the differences and similarities in characteristics and dynamics of mentoring relationships in a one-on-one, group, and organizational setting.
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