International Mentoring Day
International Mentoring Day, on January 17th, promotes a global recognition of the mentoring movement around the world. The day also raises concerns for mentoring's global role.
Mentoring is usually carried out by a more experienced individual who shares wisdom with someone with less expertise. Mentors share their experiences in the workplace, colleges, places of worship, and professional organizations.
Wherever one needs assistance, there are usually mentors. Many that are mentors also find the job rewarding. Mentoring is also a great way to influence young people.
Being a mentee has many benefits, including:: Being a mentee comes with many health benefits, including::
- The likelihood of graduating from high school has risen
- Healthier relationships with others and making healthier lifestyle choices are among the healthier lifestyle choices made by people
- School has a positive attitude about learning
- Improved self-confidence, self-confidence, and behavior Changed self-confidence, self-confidence, and behavior
- Less likely to use alcohol or opioids is more likely to use alcohol or opioids
However, it is not just the mentees that will benefit, but it will not be the mentees that will benefit. Mentors are encouraged by their ability to influence another person's life and future. Mentoring can also help them gain a fresh perspective on certain problems. Being a mentor also improves communication and leadership skills.
Both the mentor and the mentor greatly benefit from this type of relationship, as shown by the following examples: some of the most common mentoring relationships: both the mentor and the mentee, as well as some of the most popular mentoring relationships:
- Maya Angelou mentored Oprah Winfrey
- Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs' mentor, mentored Mark Zuckerberg
- Bob Dylan was mentored by Woodie Guthrie
Some of the most influential men and women say they have a mentor. Mother Teresa, Ansel Adams, Walter Cronkite, Colin Powell, and Sally Ride are among Mother Teresa, Ansel Adams, Mother Teresa, Mother Teresa, Mother Teresa, Ansel Adams, Walter Cronkite, Colin Powell, and Sally Ride.
How to celebrate #internationalmentoringday
Individuals and organizations are encouraged to share stories about mentoring's real-life value on this day. These stories are shared on social media, photos, and videos. These stories are shared on social media, photos, and videos. Mentors and mentees can visit the Muhammed Ali Center at a discounted price. In addition, the Muhammed Ali center also hosts events, such as film screenings and exhibits. To participate: To participate: To participate: To participate: You must register:
- Find someone to mentor or get involved in a local mentoring group
- Don't get involved, support a mentoring group if you can't participate
- Learn more about the benefits of mentoring for both the mentor and mentee
- "When We Were Kings," "The Trials of Muhammed Ali," or "Muhammed Ali" by Ken Burns, are examples of a Muhammed Ali documentary
#InternationalMentoringDay is a hashtag on social media.
The first international mentoring day has been a success in the history of international mentoring day
National Mentoring Month was launched in January 2002 by MENTOR National and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. MENTOR was a pioneer of the first International Mentoring Day in 2016. In 2016, MENTOR helped create the first International Mentoring Day. In honor of Muhammed Ali's birthday, they selected January 17th. Muhammed Ali, a boxing legend and global humanitarian, was a mentor to family members, acquaintances, and followers around the world.