It’s not just about keeping up with technology. Interpersonal skills will be at least as valuable to companies in the years to come
Yvonne Fosser wrote that in the new business magazine in Norway called AW (Asking Why).
I totally understand what she thinks and I really agree, and together […]
The Sodexo 2013 Workplace Trends concludes with different types of mentoring and say that new approaches to mentoring can empower workers to direct their own career development in greater ways. Here are some different types…
Topical mentoring leverages both the expertise of leaders and the collaborative […]
Based on old paradigm mentoring where a more senior person (in terms of age, position or experience) mentors a junior, reverse mentoring places the more junior person as the mentor.
Usually used when executives need to understand operations or technology that can be shared by shop floor, front-line or tech-savvy employees.
The key to success in reverse mentoring is the ability to create and maintain an attitude of openness to the experience and dissolve the barriers of status, power and position.
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