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Alim Dhanji worked with a mentor for 12 years before branching out on his own. Now, he runs a successful financial planning practice with a unique client niche: Physiotherapists

Become a better negotiator

Working with a senior advisor can help rookies overcome the challenges of launching a new business

  • By: Leah Golob
  • May 23, 2017 October 30, 2019
  • 09:45

Older advisors can connect with young mentors to learn about communicating with millennial clients

Developing a process that will underpin the relationship between mentor and mentee can help the partnership flourish

A well-suited mentor is not necessarily someone who is more experienced than you, and he or she may even be in a different industry

Mentoring has many benefits for both junior advisors establishing their careers and senior advisors striving to keep up with changes in the industry

How to choose a mentor

You can learn as well as teach in a good mentoring relationship

How to choose a mentor

The role your mentor plays can vary over time

Linking up with a mentor can help provide the competitive edge that comes with experience. And while women don't necessarily have to work only with a woman mentor, doing so may help in areas with which men are less familiar

Developing a learning relationship with a senior advisor or other professional can help you receive the support you need to reach your goals. Some successful advisors have used several mentors with various areas of expertise