Discover the personal and professional benefits of mentoring relationships in this practical and concise guidebook.
Making Mentoring Happen does just what it says. First, the book explains the concept of mentoring and outlines the benefits for all those involved; then, how a program can be implemented; finally the book gives you the training activities and sample documents to make your mentoring program run smoothly.
Whether your business wants to reduce staff turnover, induct new employees more successfully, fast-track best employees, make best use of their senior staff and keep them motivated, or improve company performance and morale, a mentoring program will help.
Making Mentoring Happen shows you how easy it is to set up a mentoring program that really works to everyone's benefit.
The author, Kathy Lacey, is a practicing consultant who specializes in mentoring programs. Kathy is the owner of the company, Right Angles Consulting Pty Limited and has successfully published on performance appraisal and educational theory.
Business & Management
Table Of Contents:
About the series
About the book
About the author
Chapter One Developments in Mentoring
Chapter Two How Mentoring Works
Chapter Three Mentoring in the Workplace
Chapter Four Program Design
Chapter Five Activities
Chapter Six Additional Program Material
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