Why would you engage a mentor for not only yourself but your team as well?
Mentoring as a group impacts team morale and culture in many interesting ways, below we have listed just a few ways mentoring can positively impact your business.
Working as a group creates accountability for the goals and development set out in the sessions. As each mentee creates and commits to their own goals they are more personal and therefore they are more committed to achieving them.
A collective mastermind is created, as Napoleon Hill said in Think and Grow Rich
no two minds ever come together without thereby creating a third, invisible, intangible force which may be likened to a third mind
As mentoring has a relationship and development focus, it fosters bonding and improves relationships between the participants. There is something special created in an intimate group of peers working towards a common end, new relationships are forged and existing ones strengthened.
Your business will only grow as far as you grow yourself, the same can be said of your team. Developing your team leads to better performance, work ethic, and enjoyment which in turn is reflected in office culture and your bottom line.
People who set goals are 9x more successful than people who do not. Mentoring will highlight major areas for improvement both personal and business goals. Your team will then set individual and collective goals to achieve them.
Business House Australia offers workshops tailored to each business’s needs and are lead by a team of mentors who are experienced in their fields of personal and business development, legal and financial advice.
To find out what mentoring can do for your business get in touch with BHA today!