Mentoring is an extraordinarily powerful way of getting top performance from every employee.
It’s one of the hottest management techniques used in business today, and every manager serious about developing talented employees and implementing change in his or her organization needs to master it. Manager’s Guide to Mentoring is a detailed overview covering
- Types of mentors, from professional to corporate to informal
- Mentoring across traditional cultural and gender boundaries
- Developing a mentoring program within your organization
Manager’s Guide to Mentoring provides all the skills for using one of today’s most innovative management techniques to drive positive change in your company.
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- Clear definitions of key terms, concepts, and jargon
- Tactics and strategies for mentoring
- Insider tips for creating a mentoring program
- Practical advice for mentors
- Warning signs when preparing for and undertaking a mentoring initiative
- Stories and insights from the experiences of others
- Specific mentoring procedures, tactics, and hands-on techniques
About the Author
Table of Contents1. Mentoring is Not Coaching
2. Managing and Mentoring Do Not Mix
3. Who Needs a Mentor?
4. What to Expect from a Mentor
5. The Professional Mentor
6. The Formal Corporate Mentor
7. The Informal Corporate Mentor
8. The Peer-to-Peer Mentor
9. The Minted
10. Homogeneity versus Heterogeneity
11. When to Seek a Mentor
12. How Long Should Mentoring Last
13. Why You Should Hire a Professional Mentor
14. How to Find a Mentor