Developing Best-in-Class Mentorship and Sponsorship Programs

Whatever trajectory someone takes in their career or the experiences they gather along the way, the people they grow relationships with will ultimately play a vital role in their development and success.

Two roles often play a major part in the advancement and development of professionals from underrepresented groups that, historically, have not been granted a fair shot at climbing the corporate ladder: sponsors and mentors.

Research from the Center for Talent Innovation shows that professionals from non-white ethnic backgrounds, women and members of the LGBTQ+ community typically require some navigational support in advancing their careers, but they receive it less frequently than Caucasian males.

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