Middle-eastern mentoring relationships tackle boundaries

Liz Hall Delegating and dealing with boundaries when employing friends were issues in common between two mentoring relationships with young entrepreneurs in Lebanon. Employing friends is more common in the Middle East than in northern European countries, causing boundary issues in some cases while many entrepreneurs do not have anyone to turn to for support in a fast-changing region, concluded Switzerland-based coach Kerstin Potter and UK-based coach Carol Whittaker. They shared their experiences of mentoring as volunteers on a 12 month programme organised...

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