The New Mentor


Mentorship relationships are key to professional development. Historically, the mentor has been viewed as an older, more experienced professional who provides guidance and training to a younger, less experienced mentee. But, according to this article by Susan Meisinger, that model is outdated and mentorship relationships should be established wherever there is knowledge or skills held by one person from which another person can benefit. Read on to find out how you could find, or be, a New Mentor.





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