Ulysses Maclaren and Adam Cogan get into some great points about mentoring, including both being a mentor and being mentored.
0:00 – What is Mentoring?
1:01 – Ad Hoc mentoring
2:50 – Scheduled/Planned mentoring
3:39 – How would you start being mentored? (a role play)
5:13 – Accountability buddies!
6:52 – Choose what to be mentored in
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About the speakers
Ulysses is the General Manager of SSW and has been managing the team since 2006.
Used to working under pressure, he is Adam Cogan's 2nd in charge, and keeps the company running smoothly while also dealing with SSW's clients and the development and design teams. His passion is making sure that all the guys at SSW feel like a family, while always improving their skill sets and challenging them to constantly expand their horizons.
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