Thursday, April 25, 2013

mentorships: A Selection Of History

Mentor: SocratesMentee: Plato

In the fifth century BC, the philosopher Socrates mentee expect to write everything, including the Socratic dialogues, offering the Nuggets as Plato went on to found the Academy after his drinking hemlock Mentor educators "The unexamined life is not worth living. ":. AristotleMentee: Alexander the Great

Before the killing of 336 BC, Philip II of Macedon philosopher Aristotle commanded, "Take my son and teach him Homer's poem." His son, Alexander, and then defeated the Persian army and build an empire that would include many known world.Mentor:Joseph HaydnMentee: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Haydn, "Mr Symphony," is widely believed to be guided by the young Mozart in the late 18th-century Vienna. When Mozart died young, Haydn wrote, "If only I could impress on every friend of soul music, how to emulate the work of Mozart, how profound, how musically intelligent, how very sensitive!" Mentor: Andrew CarnegieMentee: Charles M. Schwab

Schwab began as a messenger at the Carnegie Steel in the late 19th century, when he endeared himself to the tycoon with dazzling piano playing in a party. Carnegie Schwab appointed as his successor 35 years in 1897. Schwab will run on Bethlehem Steel, the second largest steel company in world.Mentor:Mary Alice DuncanMentee: Oprah

The media mogul credited fourth grade teacher for many successes. Oprah teared during the 1989 reunion of the show. "[Mrs. Duncan] often stayed after school to work with me," he says, "helped me pick up a book and let me grade papers" Mentor:. Larry SummersMentee: Sheryl Sandberg

As a professor of economics at the official Facebook (FB) chief operating and thesis advisor at Harvard, Summers helped Sandberg ground work at the World Bank and the U.S. Department of Treasury. When Summers was accused of sexism at Harvard in 2005, Sandberg jumped to his defense: "Larry is a true advocate for women throughout his career."

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