Many senior male managers are reportedly responding to the #MeToo movement with a better-safe-than-sorry attitude and are pulling back from mentoring women. Aside from being biased, this reaction is also shortsighted: Repercussions of depriving female employees of the counseling, developmental opportunities, exposure, and visibility that come from mentoring relationships have serious consequences for the future of the organization.It’s quite simple: If we want more women leaders, we need men in powerful positions to support their ascension. It is clear that we need to address one question. How should men approach mentoring in today’s workplace? Many senior male ...

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