The Mentoring Advantage
Creating the Next Generation of LeaderseBook - 2004
Mentoring is sweeping through companies both large and small. Increasingly, companies are running formal mentoring programs as a means to speed employee growth, build corporate cohesiveness, shorten learning tracks, support diversity initiatives, and address succession issues. Meanwhile, hundreds of thousands of informal mentoring relationships exist as ambitious young managers and would-be entrepreneurs look for ways to achieve their career goals faster. Regardless of the scenario, mentoring demands a variety of skills, according to award-winning business author Florence Stone. In The Mentoring Advantage, she outlines how executives, managers, and employees can get the very most out the mentoring relationship. She details specific behaviors that men tors require, as well as others they should avoid. In the process, readers will learn how to: Use corporate mentoring for developmental purposes.
Publisher: Chicago : Dearborn Trade Publishing, 2004.
Branch Call Number: ELECTRONIC BOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xix, 211 p.)
Call Number: ELECTRONIC BOOK