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Mentoring 101 - the Artsy way

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This year my colleagues at Artsy created a former fellowship program and went out to many US colleges to recruit some of the youngest and brightest. From thousands of applications we’ve selected a …

This year my colleagues at Artsy created a former fellowship program and went out to many US colleges to recruit some of the youngest and brightest. From thousands of applications we’ve selected a dozen people that will be joining the arts and tech teams. Some have already graduated and might get full time job offers, others will go back and finish school. We assign everyone a mentor. So today I gave a “Mentoring 101” talk to the team, which seems to have turned out great, thanks to the excellent material sourced from the fellow members of the New York CTO club, a group that combines several generations worth of management experience.

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  • 1. Mentoring 101the Artsy way
  • 2. CompanyPeople > Product
  • 3. MentoringGoals > Work
  • 4. Manager <> Mentor
  • 5. MentoringResponsibility
  • 6. Set Expectations... for an Engineer"Same quality software as expected from anylevel, but over a different timeframe and with alot more help and feedback."
  • 7. Domain <> Environment
  • 8. Environment for Success
  • 9. The TrackClear and Simple GoalsFrequent MilestonesEscalating ComplexityLatitude to be CreativeEnable SuccessEncourage FailureOwnership and Responsibility
  • 10. Stay in TouchMake Them a PriorityAnswer QuestionsHelp Focus on Whats Important
  • 11. DirectionRedirect FrequentlyComment on StyleEnable Meeting PeopleExpose to Partners and Customers
  • 12. ClosingHelp Put Projects BehindPresent to the Team
  • 13. Mentor?Not For EverybodyDelegating is HardInteracting with People is HardManagement is HardReceiving Feedback is Hard
  • 14. Their Success=Your Success