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From the Publisher“Having a mentor can be a great experience or it can be disappointing. As advisors, we know why it is important that students have a great mentoring experience, but often how to cultivate a great experience is not addressed. Jeanne Nakamura and David Shernoff, in their new book Good Mentoring, strive to define good mentoring and offer details on how it can be achieved.
To reach this goal, the authors conducted a research study to determine the practices that make mentors effective and what kind of relationships support good mentoring. Though the authors conducted their research in the field of science, the results can be applied to many fields.
Readers…will find good suggestions for anyone striving to become a good mentor.”
—NACADA Journal, Issue 30(1) (Spring 2010)