Life itself is a quandary—replete with Decision Dilemmas, Performance Dilemmas, Strategic Dilemmas and so on & so forth. At some point of time, every one is confronted with one or more of such dilemmas, where he craves for a divine outside intervention. And such an intervention doesn't come from heaven but it comes in the form of Consulting, Coaching, Performance Counseling or together put, “the Mentoring”. One does need—a Friend, Philosopher and Guide, who can cut across the internal clutter of mentee's mind and show him the light – the Light of Clarity, Transformation, Visionand last but not the least the ‘Purpose’ for which we are ordained.
A similar dilemma confronted Arjuna, the greatest warrior in the thick of the Battle of Mahabharata. A dilemma that drained him emotionally, made him lose his mental coherence and biggest of all– his purpose. But he was fortunate to have Lord Krishna around, as an ideal mentor. Krishna indeed performed multiple roles and had numerous mentoring styles. He was a leader, manager, negotiator, manipulator, motivator, influencer, all rolled into one. An account of his mentorship would therefore enable us see the diverse styles of mentoring that are needed for diverse situations.
Mentoring relationship between Krishna (The Mentor) and Arjuna (The Mentee), epitomizes a Process by which people help a protégé to promote the protégé's personal and professional growth for organizational success. It also highlights various shades of mentoring ranging from soft cajoling interventions to tough jolts, based on the need of the hour and Krishna did apply the entire range of his mentoring skills to bring back Arjuna from the brink of disaster to an effective leader.
While we do not claim ourselves to be Krishna, we specialize in our pursuits of finding the right mentors and connect them with our prospective mentees to address their decision dilemmas in personal and professional space.
Jini Global has set an agenda of building a long-lasting relationship between the Mentors and the Mentees that creates value for both. For mentor, it will entail sharing his vast knowledge and validating it under the backdrop of new found modern-day challenges/problems, posed by the prospective mentees. And for mentee, a readily found intervention will be available to them, for a problem, which requires higher level of expertise and a deeper level of understanding.