Mentees Guide to Mentoring

Mentees Guide to Mentoring

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The Mentee's Guide to Mentoring offers practical guidance in the art of establishing and maintaining productive interpersonal communication with mentors. Mentees who are knowledgeable about the dynamics of the one-to-one mentoring relationship - especially from the perspective of the trained mentor - will be in a stronger position to directly contribute to a more effective utilization of time and energy during their own participation in a mentoring program. The Guide is divided into 15 sections. Each section contains concise information about an important facet of the mentoring experience. As.
Publisher: Amherst : HRD Press, ©1999.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (81 pages)

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