Lacey Leone McLaughlin speaks about workplace mentoring in The Wall Street Journal
Working with a mentor can be invaluable for a young professional. A mentor can help a novice employee learn about and adapt to a company's culture. He or she also can help a protégé get ahead by offering advice and even facilitating involvement in highly visible projects.
A mentor should be "someone who will help you grow, move forward, challenge you, push you to be your best and...is going to advocate for you in your organization," says Lacey Leone McLaughlin, director of executive education at the Center for Effective Organizations at the University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business.
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