Chicago : Dearborn Trade Publishing, 2004.
xix, 211 pages
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction: what mentoring is all about-and it isn't about Building mentoring relationships Who should be mentor, whom to be mentored Developing a mentoring relationship The three stages of mentoring breaking up is hard to do The effective mentor: roles & responsibilities Being a role model, broker and cheerleader Mentor as career counselor Straight talk Problems and problem solving The e-dimension The global dimension Mentoring through difficult situations Mentor as supervisor Traps to avoid Team mentoring Team sponsorship Team mentoring strategies The how-to of facilitated programs What makes for a successful formal system? Selection of a program coordinator or coordinating committee Negotiating sound mentoring agreements Special situations.