Mentoring has existed at KPMG LLP for decades. Prior to 2004, however, the mentoring program focused primarily on assisting employees with the transition to partnership. In 2004, KPMG’s former Chairman, as well as its Deputy Chairman, recognizing the critical role mentors played in their own careers, set out to expand the program to all KPMG employees regardless of functional area, level, or partner-track status.
An excerpt of this practice was first published in 2010 in Making Mentoring Work.
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