In contemporary business life, a mentor is a trusted friend or counselor in a senior position who can provide confidential advice and guidance for one's career development or whose own life experience can provide a useful model to the mentee or protegé. Sometimes, though, mentoring can come from non-traditional sources. I am thinking in particular of the value that can be had by studying the example of successful competitors in one's field of endeavor. It is common, ...
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