In: Human Resources

Mentoring

In a mentoring relationship, an experienced professional helps develop a promising future leader – or "mentee" – by providing knowledge, skills, career advice and personal support. Organizations establish mentoring programs to groom talent, enhance their corporate culture, improve internal communications and prepare for leadership succession.

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Sarah Lux-Lee
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