In an informal discussion about mentoring on The Michelle Obama Podcast, the former First Lady and her mentor, Valerie Jarrett – a senior adviser to former President Barack Obama – discuss the development of their relationship. They delve into the importance of mentoring, which can take many forms, such as a program the Obamas developed for young people of color. As a leader and mentor, you can create a culture that supports your beliefs and helps those around you flourish at work. While you might not be aware that others emulate you, it’s likely someone does.
About the Podcast
Former First Lady Michelle Obama is an author, activist and lawyer. Her former boss Valerie Jarrett is an attorney and a former senior adviser to President Barack Obama.
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