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Mentor People Who Aren’t Like You

Mentor People Who Aren’t Like You

Harvard Business Review - Richard Farnell

Leaders tend to coach and mentor their “own,” and here’s the human impulse that drives it: Even those who believe that diversity improves creativity, problem solving, and decision making naturally invest in and advocate for the development of the subordinates who are most like them. They see less …

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