Mentoring Women and Minority Officers in the US Military

  title={Mentoring Women and Minority Officers in the US Military},
  author={Darrell Adams},
Abstract : Mentoring is a popular subject in discussions concerning leadership and professional development. However, like the rest of society, minorities and women in the military are disadvantaged in the socialization process. It appears they are not provided the proper guidance and hands-on experience, which is necessary to practice leadership and improve their skills in the workplace. The US military has followed the business sector and has begun to address these problems by instituting… 
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