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As a mentor, what can I do to I get my mentee to solve his/her own problems?  
One of the objectives of most mentor-mentee relationships is for the mentees to become a more confident, self-reliant individuals, who feel empowered to individually solve problems on their own and take on higher-level leadership positions. This is accomplished through the advice, support, encouragement, and relating of experiences given by the mentor. Mentors should not solve mentees problems for them, but give them the tools they need to solve them on their own. Demonstrate trust to build their confidence and encourage them to take on new challenges – no matter how big or small they are. These are just a few ideas. Check with the references provided for more information on this subject.
Keywords: personal development, Mentoring, advising

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Army Family Team Building Army Family Team Building Level III Training Outline
Local Colleges and Universities Organizational Leadership Classes
Local Colleges and Universities Mentoring Classes
Local Colleges and Universities Leadership Development Classes
Local Colleges and Universities Project Management Classes
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Public and Private Training Organizations Leadership Development Classes
Public and Private Training Organizations Project Management Classes
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U.S. Army Command and General Staff College Command Team Seminar

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