Is this the right mentorship?Basically talking about the work culture, i.e our professional life, when we are new to work and join as a fresher, we need all guidance from our seniors and our mentors. We need that help to be an expert in the subject we are dealing with.
We need the right directions to work. But what if our mentor is not ready to help us? What can we say at that point? Expectations keep rising from the manager or the lead towards us, but we are hardly getting any knowledge, as every time we ask, or are being told, that it is done or that the issue has been corrected.
You tell your manager, but would not benefit. He would blame you for not asking or not showing up anything.
It simply means that you are trying your best, but nobody is ready to guide you. What to do in such a situation. People say that those who want to learn can do it in any way. But this is not true, especially in work culture, you need to understand everything in corporates. How the work is done, about the new tools and so and so. You need training on that. Every organization works in their own way, so they have their own way of imparting knowledge.
But this is not professionalism, not guiding the juniors and take all the credits yourself. This is not the right mentorship.