(Entrepreneur) — Looking for a business mentor? Leslie Rapp feels your pain–and she’s in the business of solving it. She’s director of training and development at Menttium, a Minneapolis, Minn.-based provider of corporate mentoring services and research metrics on businessmentoring. That’s right. People pay her to mentor them … on being mentors. We asked for a crash course.
- First, think about you, Rapp says. Exactly why do you need a mentor? What do you hope to learn? Then figure out the kind of person who can best inspire you. For example, if you’re starting from scratch, look for a mentor who did, too.