Want to make a real impact on your youngest employees? Help them find mentors to help develop their careers.

In my first five years in the planning profession, I progressed with the guidance of my supervisors, colleagues and peers - all of whom have offered valuable advice. But in addition, I've recently developed two mentoring relationships outside the firm. A planner outside of my company has become a mentor of mine, and I have found her advice to be invaluable. I have also become a mentor for a younger Gen Y advisor who recently entered the profession.

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