252 Monday Mentoring – Choosing Your Mentor

Hey and welcome to Monday Mentoring. Ian Clough the Chairman of the Brian Bell Group in Papua New Guinea and when asked about great leadership and the traits great leaders exhibit, he spoke to the great mentors he had enjoyed during his career. He mentioned humility, warmth, and authenticity are vital for good leadership.

He also mentioned the power of having great mentors, from a career perspective, they can really bring you along with them. Today I want to help you choose a mentor for you, whether it’s in your organization or whether it is someone that helps you grow your business. What is it that you should look for?

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Tony has been a successful corporate leader for 30 years. He now works alongside leaders around the world, and at home in Australia, to maintain clarity on their vision and purpose, and helps map their way around their roadblocks and obstacles. Tony helps people take the steps in their lives to become an influential leader. The leaders Tony helps aspire to greatness, so if you are aspiring to greatness take steps today. Unless you take action on your goals, they remain a dream. Tony is a published writer and his work is featured at his own Coach "Curl" blog as well as other sites around the globe. Tony is the owner and founder of Think and Grow Business and coaches and trains effective leadership skills and capabilities and develops better leaders, who then build better and stronger business. His passion lies in helping people discover their greatness by raising their leadership ability. Yes, everyone can be a leader and everyone should see themselves as a leader. Be the inspiration for someone today and let your journey inspire you. He has a growing following on his Social Media channels and has been published on a variety of sites around the globe. His words get quoted and shared daily by that growing tribe. He shares under the hashtags #dailyfuel #breaktheshackles. He recently released his first book "Seriously Simple Stuff to Get You Unstuck". Available at strongerbraverwiser.com

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