One of the most creative ways to keep your small business fresh and ahead of the curve is with a reverse mentor. Although it’s not a new practice, many small business owners fail to effectively employ this fruitful source of social capital as a means to keep their business progressive.

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Written by simplicityinc
74 days ago

Agreed, Lyceum. Times are changing. :)

Term "reverse mentor" is not new, but is still widely unknown.



Written by lyceum
78 days ago

I haven't heard about the word, "reverse mentor" before. I think the younger mentor will take an important role in the small business culture in the future, in order to stay competitive, flexible and at the cutting edge.



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