mentee


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mentee

a person who is counseled or trained by a mentor

men·tee

 (mĕn-tē′)
n.
One who is mentored.

mentee

(mɛnˈtiː)
n
someone who is mentored
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In the 12th module that touches on business improvement plan presentation, each mentee was made to present a business model in a panel of mentors, while the presentation template was supplied by the mentors from the DTI-Cebu.
Dean Virgilio "Nonoy" Espeleta imparts business ideas to his mentee. Rey Lapid, president and founder of R.
Both mentors and mentees are expected to work together to develop and track progress on the mentee goals for the year and must agree to communicate regularly.
While these benefits are well known, there are specific and unambiguous benefits to the mentor, too, which go beyond the feel-good reaction when one's mentee achieves significant success or attains a position of influence.
Witnessing these teaching moments can happen when you are a mentee.
The AICPA Online Mentoring Program allows participants to seek a mentor and/or mentee outside of their respective organization.
Graduate students may also be perceived as more accessible and available than academic staff members, both of which improve mentee satisfaction (Ehrich, Hansford, & Tennent, 2004; Lawson, 1989; Terrion & Leonard, 2007).
"They guide the mentee through a decision-making process, allowing the mentee to learn how to strategically think for themselves and to come to a conclusion that is best suited for them not necessarily what the mentors think they should do."
No valid and reliable instruments exist in Turkey that may include both the mentors' self-assessment of their mentorship competency and the assessment of mentees. Therefore, the Mentorship Competency Assessment (MCA) scale with separate mentor form and mentee form, developed by Fleming et al,10is important because it provides direct feedback on mentors' strengths, and is useful in the preparation of the content of the education programmes that mentors need for the formal mentorship programmes planned to be carried out in universities in the future because it determines the mentors' competencies.
When a more senior employee shares insights and advice with a mentee, they are undoubtedly reminded of best practices in their field.
Mentoring involves an intense relationship between the mentor (usually a senior member of a leadership team or a more experienced person in the same profession) and the mentee. (2,3) In this relationship, the mentee seeks support, direction and/or feedback about his or her career and/or personal development.
Mentors and mentees will be matched, and the program will kick-off in September and run through May 2019 with a celebration of the business and personal goals and accomplishments of each mentee and mentor.