When your career is reaching its end, what do you hope to say about it? Will you retire with all the information you have learned locked inside your mind, or will you retire having mentored a new and successful workforce because you taught them everything you know?
These questions are discussed in an article for the Ohio Water Environment Association’s Buckeye Bulletin penned by Amy West, a Rising Professional in Brown and Caldwell’s Cincinnati, Ohio, office.
Amy writes about how having many mentors helped her discover the key to effective collaboration, whether you’re fresh from college or at the peak of your career. The first revelation? There’s more than one gap when you’re building bridges.