Mentoring: An effective catalyst

In the latest in a series of columns dedicated to mentoring, we continue to look at designing mentoring to ‘future proof’ your people. This issue: mentoring for the 21st century – part two An effective catalyst Lis Merrick Future proofing means using familiar mentoring – but with advanced contracting Our working and personal lives exist in uncertainty and turmoil, among rapid social change, ever developing technology and unpredictable events. A new form of mentoring is required, one that ‘future proofs’ your leaders and people not only to survive,...

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