Mentoring and corporate training programmes have traditionally focused on enhancing the skill sets of newcomers to the industry. Skills that will help in material gains within the trade are transferred from the senior to the trainees. However, there is a need for mentoring to veer away towards more holistic goals. Something akin to a Guru and disciple relationship needs to be formed. A perfect example of the fallacy of the traditional model can be enumerated through the repercussions of the economic crisis felt in 2008. Due to the materialistic model, graduates from the best of colleges flocked towards Wall Street firms as a trend in order to make money. This culture of avarice gave way to lopsided growth and the ensuing economic bust. CEOs and leaders must emphasize more on human qualities such as compassion, inspiration and truthfulness.


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