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Mentoring Programs for Lawyers & Non-Lawyers

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Zachary, Lois J. More than ever before, organizations large and small are looking outside traditional mentoring paradigms to raise the bar on the practice of mentoring by creating a mentoring culture. A mentoring culture continuously focuses on building..
Zachary, Lois J., Ed.D. Group Mentoring is efficient, promotes diversity and has many approaches, such as facilitated, peer and team. Recognize opportunities and learn strategies.
Training: Retention, Coaching, Mentoring, etc.
Resources re management development: mentoring, employee strength, retention
Heathfield, Susan M. Executives, managers, and others interested in career growth and development increasingly turn to a business coach for a personally tailored development process. Here are tips to enhance your success as a coach.
Lindenberger, Judy and David Watson. A quality company requires quality people. To attract - and keep - quality people, a company must create a culture that is attractive to the best and brightest - and for the long-term. Discussion of best practices,
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