Why do your top young managers leave? Or why do they stay and grow disenchanted? Why are they unhappy? Surprisingly perhaps, they are provided with opportunities in new functions and departments, which they crave, they do get the experience they want working on a virtual team and they do get support from senior management. However, […]
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Mentorship has changed over the past few years. Two of the biggest changes that I have observed have been the movement from one mentor to more of a “board of directors” and the change from age- and experience-based mentorship to more of a recognition that there is much to be learned from younger colleagues once […]
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