• Step-by-Step Guide to Building Effective Mentoring Relationships
  • November 4, 2010 | Author: Lisa Hall Johnson
  • Law Firm: Dickstein Shapiro LLP - Washington Office
  • Mentoring is a critical part of a lawyer's growth and development. Yet many lawyers make the mistake of delegating the responsibility of finding an effective mentor to their employers. Employer-imposed programs can have good intentions and yield positive results; but often the best mentor is the one that you seek out yourself, sometimes in unlikely places. Follow this step-by-step guide to achieve the beneficial mentoring relationship you deserve.