Getty Getty Mentoring is a professional relationship that helps less experienced workers (the protégés or mentees) learn by observing, participating in and leading real-world experiences. Job-specific mentoring has been used for decades to supplement formal training and accelerate skill mastery and careers. However, its recent popularity can be attributed, in part, to an accelerated pace of innovation and a growing competition for talent.

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