In the latest in a series of columns dedicated to mentoring, we look at why things sometimes go wrong. This issue: avoiding unpleasant outcomes in even the best-designed programmes Lis Merrick Well-managed mentoring regularly leads to great outcomes – but beware of difficult relationship issues This is probably the most provocative column I have written about mentoring. As a staunch believer, I want to sell its glorious benefits, promote the success stories and develop mentoring cultures in all organisations I work with. However, as in any human relationship, things can go very wrong between the two people involved. Sometimes they […]

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