BY GREG BAUKE
F YOU LIGHT a lamp for someone it will also brighten your
own path." - Buddhist proverb.
Think of a time when someone with more experience
gave you a tip, an insight, an
introduction, or a new perspective that put you on
the right path and saved you from making a mistake or passing up an opportunity. If you are like
most, those times are too numerous to count. As the
Buddhist proverb provides, inevitably in such cases,
both the provider and the receiver of the wisdom
are made better by the experience.
Most of us have benefitted from such a relationship at some point in our professional careers.
There are many types of mentoring relationships, but the common point among them
is that all parties - the mentor, mentee,
and impacted organization - are improved
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of WIN Magazine - Fall 2015