Mentoring Resources & Articles

The latest on mentoring guidelines, news and mentoring software updates from PushFar.

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Choosing a Mentor in Your Industry

Choosing a Mentor
Back in 1624, John Donne wrote the infamous quote, ‘No man is an island.’ Centuries later, this famous line continues to ring true. Everyone, throughout their lives, has at one point or another relied on the guidance of other people to learn new things and pursue their dreams, and the concept of mentorship remains universal. Because having a mentor means being able...
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The Mentoring Money Tree - World Mentoring Day

The Mentoring Money Tree
For a long time, I have been surprised to find that the people I speak to tend to believe they have either not encountered mentoring in their lives, or, they know about mentoring, but don’t appreciate the benefits and opportunities that mentoring can offer them
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Promises and Pitfalls of the CTO

Promises and Pitfalls of the CTO
Business was booming. The software was produced on a high level, everything was working smoothly. All the wheels greased and working in tandem. But, along the way - something went wrong. Out of the blue, the wheels started to squeak. The stream of innovative ideas stopped flowing. The technical debt began to snowball
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15 Famous Mentoring Relationships

15 Famous Mentoring Relationships
We've collated together 15 of the most iconic celebrity mentoring relationships to show that even the most successful individuals need a mentor too! Check them out and see how their mentoring relationships were formed. With everyone from Steve Jobs and Bill Gates, through to Mother Theresa, Michelle Obama and so many more
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PushFar Board Appointments & Advisory Board

Appointment of PushFar's Board
PushFar, announces its new board of directors and advisory board, with the appointment of Martin Sherwood as a Chairman of Board of Directors, Robin Wilkinson as Financial Director, and Martin Kirke as Chairman of the Advisory Board, effective of 1 July 2019
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5 Reasons Why Students on Technology-Focused Courses Should Have a Mentor

Technology Students
We live in a fast-paced, quickly adapting and progressing world, and this is particularly true of the technology industry. Few industries move at such speeds and drive fundamental changes impacting all industries, as that of technology. Keeping up with technological advances, improvements and ultimately positioning yourself
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Why Mentoring is Key in Global Mobility

Finding a Mentor
In a recent survey from BGRS, the third most challenging factor for the Globally Mobility industry in managing Assignments, after compliance and cost containment, was ‘Assignee and Family Adjustment’. I can understand why. For employees travelling to new locations, there are often steep learning curves and vast adjustments
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The Importance of Mentoring for Disability Inclusion

Finding a Mentor
Mentoring is an extremely powerful and effective resource for people of all backgrounds, walks of life and indeed during a wide-range of circumstances in life. Mentors can be a vital support both personally and professionally. At PushFar, we focus on professional mentoring across a number of different categories
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5 Ways to Find a Mentor

Finding a Mentor
Finding a mentor can be a difficult and time-consuming task – it’s part of the reason why we setup PushFar. However, we thought we would take a step back and write an article about how to really find a mentor who will help you to develop your career and guide you through workplace challenges. The first thing to understand about mentoring
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5 Ways to Keep on Top of Your Goals and Aims in 2019

Meet Your Goals
The new year is here, and you have likely either set yourself some new year’s resolutions or at the very least thought about the things you would like to achieve in 2019. And that’s fantastic! Setting goals, targets and aims is a brilliant first step to improving yourself, your career and the world you surround yourself with. The challenge now
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