n Without Prejudice - A crisis of well-being - : management

Volume 14, Issue 3
  • ISSN : 1681-178X



I have written many times about what a privilege it is to mentor. It is something I relish and provides me with the most job satisfaction I can imagine. For many years my work in this area consisted mostly of meeting talented, good people needing some encouragement, support or direction as they developed their careers. It was never all positive; when someone is unemployed, overlooked or even bullied there are tough conversations and some difficult things to hear but the tone was nearly always about taking action, reconciling disappointment and moving forward.

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