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Reverse and Mutual Mentoring for Lawyers: The How and Why
Is reverse mentoring, which is typically thought of as having younger workers help those who are older, and mutual mentoring where younger and older worker mentor one another something that can work with lawyers and law firms? In fact, there are many uses and advantages of reverse and, more importantly, mutual mentoring, especially in the legal profession. This webinar will delve into how and whether more experienced lawyers should not only consider mentoring younger workers, but also having younger workers help and mentor those with more experience. Certainly the benefits for both sides could be enormous, especially considering the disruption occurring in the legal profession, the onslaught of changes that will impact the manner of how we work, and the enhanced need for communication and understating between generations.
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