A different kind of mentor
from By Catherine Iste
When we think of mentors, the image is one of a more senior person sharing his/her vast knowledge with a junior person. Employees, coaches, moms, leaders of any kind — all can be mentors if they have more experience than the person being mentored. But where is the line between mentoring and cooperating? If a mentor shared all of his knowledge with a mentee who then became his equal, would he do it all over again if he could travel back in time? According to my colleagues: No.
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