A star mentor is the person or people who is ready, willing and able to help improve your confidence so that you are more able to improve your competence. These people are typically your best trainers, but not always viewed as the highest producers. Their tendency to lead from behind allows them to be taken for granted, even though they are the glue that holds the entire team together.
Star mentors are an ideal combination of confidence and competence. They can perform their job duties well and will both actively and passively guide others to success. They will often become the standard to which others aspire to be.
But what about when confidence or competence are lacking? What is the result of role or cultural risks? Are we creating imposter syndrome without knowing it?
In this episode of the PAWCast, we explore the details of the confidence/competence grid and what it means to be a star mentor, as well as how to setup a veterinary clinic to use this information to collaborate, problem solve and implement solutions.
This is the third of a three part series on the star chart.
Do you struggle with confidence even though you know you can do what you have to do?
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