As leaders gain seniority, many of them view their days of being a mentee as behind them. They see mentoring as a developmental activity designed primarily to help new or emerging leaders. But mentoring can be a powerful tool for helping leaders at all levels grow and develop. Finding and working successfully with the right mentor requires commitment and following the correct steps.
- Title: Leadership in Action: Help is on the Way: Senior Leaders Can Benefit from Working with a Mentor
- Release date: June 2009
- Publisher(s): Center for Creative Leadership
- ISBN: 9781604912111
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