Typically [mentors] have a wider viewpoint than the person they are mentoring
, so they can see opportunities before you might get wind of them," says Donna Fowler, national president of the Professional Coaches and Mentors Association.
For our book on mentoring
, we interviewed 50 business leaders and politicians about their mentoring
What's more, mentoring
programs can help firms shore up their retention rates and groom future firm leaders.
has been a common strategy to support and retain new teachers, and mentors have been reported to benefit considerably from the mentoring
This paper reviews the literature and formative research findings describing pregnant and parenting teens' expressed needs for support and mentoring
can have a dramatic impact on a young person's life.
Student training is a critical but often overlooked aspect of the mentoring
The group identified a need to build on existing informal support networks in order to provide additional learning opportunities and decided to investigate the feasibility of piloting a mentoring
This paper describes an innovative, non-traditional approach to teaching Educational Psychology to undergraduates (UG's) and graduates (G's) together in split-level classes where traditional instruction was complemented by a mentoring
based in Williamsville, New York, addressed this problem by adding a mentoring
program to its enrichment programs at long-term care facilities, subacute care units and assisted living communities.
Many new hires say that they accepted a job because of a promised mentoring
program--one that never materializes, and one that the manager doesn't know was part at the discussions.
This approach is particularly alive in the mentoring
movement in the United States.