The rewards of being a mentor

06/14/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

Mentorship is intended to deliver benefits to the mentee, but mentors stand to gain in reputation and knowledge while doing the type of work they love, Julie Winkle Giulioni writes. "Since good mentors are in short supply in most organizations, they quickly become known and recognized. They are the rock stars who are frequently sought-after resources," she writes.

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