Leaders are teachers, too

Mentoring is a reciprocal relationship that significantly benefits both mentee and mentor, providing both with opportunities to share with--and learn from--each other. And on a larger scale, it helps generate a base of universal knowledge that contributes to maturing the participants' discipline. This article discusses the benefits and the advantages of serving as a mentor, explaining how experienced project managers can help novice project managers navigate the complexities of attaining knowledge about managing projects, and in turn, develop new leadership skills which result from sharing knowledge.
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