Brent Holman explains the art of mentoring from personal experience as a mentee as he provides insight into the biggest challenges and benefits of mentoring. He emphasizes the value of this relationship by explaining how this support structure can reduce stress levels and ingnite a sense of autonomy while also creating a social connection and a sense of happiness.
He elaborates on the brain’s process when experiencing the collaborative efforts associated with mentorship along with the many skills and tips he’s learned from being a mentee himself.
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Brent Holman, ARM
WCI Program Coordinator, University of Texas System
Brent is the WCI Program Coordinator for UT System. A graduate of The University of Texas at Austin in 2010, he has spent 9 years in the insurance industry; the last 6 with UT System. Brent is responsible for developing, implementing, and supporting internal controls of WCI programs in conjunction with UT’s third-party administrator and cost containment partner. Brent has completed the AINS and ARM designations.
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