So you're interested in being mentored? Great!
Set your goals: Use the Mentorloop goal-setting framework and communicate your goals with your mentor
Be open about your needs: Give your mentor a clear view of your expectations and aspirations
Come to each meeting with an agenda: Your mentor won't have much feedback or advice if you don't have a purpose or goals
Take responsibility for your own learning: Set yourself tasks in Mentorloop; read blogs, listen to podcasts or attend events
Be available & responsive: Check your Mentorloop portal or communication channel often and maintain regular contact
Heed mentors experience & advice: Don't be defensive, your mentor is trying to help you out with constructive feedback
Develop trust: Don't ask for a job. Your mentor is a trusted adviser
Learn & have fun: Being a mentee shouldn't be a chore. It should be an engaging and fruitful experience
There are several ways you and your mentor can keep in touch once you've established your mentoring relationship:
It's a good idea to talk with your mentor about how often and which ways you both wish to keep in touch. However you keep in touch, making sure you have regular conversations with your mentor is the best way to get value out of your mentorship.