The Complete Guide to Mentoring provides a road map for implementing mentoring programs in an organization. Providing practical guidance on every aspect of the design, implementation and assessment of a mentoring program, it includes a wealth of practical advice and resources including checklists and template forms, which can be downloaded from the publisher's website and used as handouts for both the mentor and mentee.
This valuable resource provides a step-by-step guide for anyone who wants to create and run mentoring schemes with confidence and success.
|Publisher:||Kogan Page, Ltd.|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
Table of Contents1 Introduction to Mentoring
2 Mentoring in Organizations
3 Finding the Right People
4 The Nuts and Bolts of a Mentoring Scheme
5 The Role of Mentoring in Diversity and Culture
6 Evaluating Mentoring
7 The Wisdom of Mentoring
8 Mentoring for Small and Medium Enterprises
9 Mentoring for Leadership
What People are Saying About This
"Hilarie Owen has produced a well researched and highly practical guide to one of the most pressing topics of the day. Both large corporations and ambitious SME companies will find this guide an invaluable tool to accessing the cost effective solution mentoring gives to the issue of identifying and unlocking the potential talent that exists within their organisations in the face of increasingly tight internal resources". Tony Stubbs, Regional Director, Executives Online
"Owen...outlines the steps to implementing a mentoring program at an organization, for those seeking mentors, who want to be one, or who are interested in setting up a program to create increased progress in an organization. She explains its differences from coaching, planning and structure aspects, understanding how adults learn, identifying mentors and mentees, its role in diversity and culture, evaluation, the element of sharing wisdom, and mentoring for small and medium enterprises and for leadership." Book News, Inc.
"I commend this book for its pragmatic approach to many of the core issues and applications of mentoring - and for its store of wisdom." Dr. David Clutterbuck