You Are Already a Mentor

Thanks to the Grant Professionals Association for publishing this blog about mentoring.

“Katie was more than a great grants professional, she was my mentor. She pushed me to seek something bigger than myself. She asked how I had moved my vision forward. Katie connected me with other grant professionals, suggested tools to incorporate into my work habits, and provided a listening ear when a proposal got derailed.

Who in your life sounds like Katie? We are all mentored in life, whether it is a brief encounter that sticks with us or someone who intentionally asks us the questions that compel us to action. Mentors hold us accountable, challenge us, and bring us greater clarity on our values and purpose. Transformation occurs through the inspiration of another person. Are you ready to be that person?…”

Click here to read the entire article.

The New Academic Styling of Dr. Mollie Bond

The word, “new” can encapsulate many types of beginnings. For example, I have expanded my writing styles to include academic writings.

Most recently, a strategy paper titled, “How Can I Be a Better Mentor in the Grants Profession? Best Practices in Mentoring” shows my passion for mentoring and for the grants profession. It’s good information for anyone who is a mentor (yes, that’s you!).

To read the paper in it’s entirety, please visit:
https://www.grantprofessionals.org/rc_files/690/Strategy_Papers_Volume_6_Issue_1.pdf

Thank you to the Grant Professionals Association, who has trusted me as the chair for the Mentor Match program for members, as well as publishing this paper.