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Part III: Seven Special Mentee Skills > CASE STUDY: THE FAGAN FACTOR

Chapter 32. CASE STUDY: THE FAGAN FACTOR

Jack was very pleased when he was assigned to be mentored by Nick in a formal mentoring program at work. Jack had expressed an interest in moving into sales work since he discovered that the company provided a great deal of training and that they also encouraged personnel to take job-related tuition-reimbursed courses in their field. He saw these opportunities as a way to compensate for his weak academic background.

Nick was considered a rapidly rising star—a young man on the go in the company’s sales effort. Jack believed he could learn a great deal from Nick, and their early relationship seemed to bear this out. Nick seemed to be all that Jack wanted to be: self-confident, sophisticated, popular and at ease with everyone; as Jack saw it, a perfect role model.


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