In themed mentoring, participants often play both the mentor and mentee roles. They navigate a creative and open environment where they can achieve business goals, share knowledge, and make connections.
The quality of course content depends, somewhat, on how competent the subject matter expert is, but the rest is up to the curriculum author. However, the way of organizing and sequencing the content, its delivery and presentation, can be predefined in a standard way.
While most managers take a passive approach to hearing ideas (e.g., “My door is always open”), Courageous Questions require leaders to ask with intention about specific issues and with the humility to acknowledge improvement is possible.
Architects, businesses, and real estate professionals are evaluating long-term impacts from the pandemic shutdown—and some have even begun exploring new concepts and designs for the post-recovery office.