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posted by Heidi Holmes, Sep 03, 2015
If you want to stay relevant and employable, you need to do more than just keep up. Heidi Holmes says a mentor program can improve workplace cohesiveness and knowledge sharing.
The world is moving faster than it ever has before and the need to keep up is becoming more and more important. Despite what some people might think, no one is bigger than change and if you want to stay relevant and employable… well, you need to do more than just keep up!
Mentoring is an ancient personal development tool that is still widely embraced across many societies and cultures today. While some mentoring relationships develop in an informal and natural way, other relationships are formed in a very structured and managed approach. And this is one of the beautiful things about mentoring – there is no set formula for success.
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