Linklaters initiative helps seniors listen to juniors


Linklaters recently launched a new pilot initiative called “reverse mentoring”, intended to give senior leaders an opportunity to hear the perspectives and ideas of junior members of the law firm.

Reverse mentoring flips the traditional mentoring relationship model, with junior mentors sharing their personal experiences and insights with a more senior mentee.

“The purpose behind the initiative is for those in underrepresented groups to share their experiences with senior leaders and help shape the future of the firm,” Kate Richardson-Moore, head of talent and engagement at Linklaters in London, told China Business Law Journal.

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