The Future Of Mentorship In An Age Of Entrepreneurs

December 13th, 2012 / Comments Off on The Future Of Mentorship In An Age Of Entrepreneurs

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If mentor-protege relationships have gone the way of the mainframe computer, where does that leave those of us who seek guidance?

Once upon a time, mentors and coaches were assigned to employees. Workers were given a very clear road map to follow, and the definitions of success were clear (even if some of them were crazy).

This kind of defined structure scarcely exists anymore, for a few reasons. Employee tenure has consistently become shorter, which makes getting advice or help from one’s company less practical than ever. In addition, middle management has been slashed, and there are fewer folks with enough bandwidth to help….

Read Maynard’s full article at Fast Company.

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