Why Hasn't Mentoring Brought More Diversity to Senior Management? Ezra Bailey/Getty Images By Anne Fisher April 16, 2019 At a glance, mentoring seems like a great way to give all of the talent in the company an equal chance to move up. With coaching from someone a step or two higher on the org chart, the thinking goes, a promising employee from an underrepresented demographic is more likely to reach his or her full potential—which, plenty of research has shown, usually correlates with higher company profitability, too. When sponsorship, a kind of mentorship on steroids, caught on ...

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