Mentoring is important at every level of an organization.
It should be folded in from day one to day done.
Not only should experienced leaders guide young persons freshly entering the workforce, but seasoned leaders should also actively engage in expanding their education from reverse mentoring experiences.
Reverse mentoring pairs experienced leaders with less-experienced so they can learn new skills and freshen their understanding of cultural relevance.
The investment in mentoring nets both parties an exponential return.
You learn more faster in the real life lab of human interaction.