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Coach, mentor, sponsor – who, what, why?

July 29, 2016
Borderless Leadership

What’s the difference between a coach, a mentor and a sponsor, and how can they help you to achieve your career and personal goals? This handy guide from Catalyst explores the three relationships, who drives them, and what they can offer your career.

It’s a useful reminder of the different types of support that are available today, something that will be a key focus during the dynamic Women in Leadership Forum and the Pharma Insight Briefing on Diversity & Innovation, which will take place this October 5th and 6th, respectively, during the CPhI Congress in Barcelona. Borderless Consultants Rosalie Harrison, June Nilsson and Niels-Peter van Doorn will present.

Read: Coaches, Mentors & Sponsors: Understanding the differences

Why not share your experiences with us. You can reach them via Twitter @borderlessexec #WomeninLeadership

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