Behind Center for Mentoring Excellence is Lois Zachary an internationally recognized expert on mentoring and has been cited as «one of the top 100 minds in leadership» today. You’ve likely seen mention of Dr. Zachary’s books, or read her quotes, in The New York Times, Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Inc. magazine, T&D, Leadership Excellence, The Chronicle of Higher Education, or other business and leadership news outlets.
And their Mission Statement:
We are committed to promoting individual and organizational mentoring excellence. We do this by providing mentoring training, coaching, consultation and program evaluation; offering cutting edge tools, resources and expert advice; sharing best and next practices; leading organizations through the process of creating a mentoring culture; and, recognizing and celebrating mentoring excellence.
To read more at Center for Mentoring Excellence blog, just click on the logo.
He is regarded as a leading global authority on coaching and mentoring, and on Board behaviours. And one of the world´s most thought-
provoking and entertaining speakers and writers on management and human resources. He is an author of more than 50 books;
he brings a wealth of practical experience and leading edge research to developing leaders at the top.
Clutterbuck is a serial entrepreneur and frequent speaker around the world. He has co-founded a charity that uses mentoring approaches to support social inclusion of young people with learning difficulties and/or autistic spectrum disorders. Each year, he sets himself a major new challenge – for example, climbing Mount Clutterbuck, British Columbia, qualifying as a masseur and, last year, learning to be a stand-up comic.
To read more at David Clutterbuck Partnership blog, just click on the logo.
Mentoring Works is devoted to developing and supporting mentoring.
This is the second year that Ann Rolfe is no. 1.
She is internationally recognised as Australia’s leading specialist in mentoring, and is available for speaking, training and consulting.
At here blog Ann shares her knowledge and allows you to ask your most pressing questions about mentoring.
The website assist us in:
- Training and learning mentoring skills
- Planning your workplace mentoring strategy
- Managing your mentoring program
Click the picture to get to Ann Rolfes two times award winning blog
In 2011 I created a best mentoring blog ranking that got very popular, actually so popular that I wanted to make this an annual event.
Last year some critics about the list were correct, they all weren’t blogs, some of them were company sites as well. This year they are gone and the list is a bit shorter.
This list is “handmade” and I have collected every single blog myself.
As last year its difficult to know which glasses to wear when looking. Am I a first timer to mentoring, a coordinator or consultants?
But I decide to be the firsttimer…
And I know some people will have some others on the list, and that is very good. A discussion about this will only make it better.
CONGRATS TO ALL ON THE LIST!
“The Best Mentoring Blogs 2012”
1. Mentoring Works
2. David Clutterbuck Partnership
3. Center for mentoring excellence
4. Management Mentors
5. Perrone Ambrose
6. Robin Cox in Youth Empowerment Seminars
8. MENTOR – National Mentoring Partnership
9. GP Strategies – Clutterbuck Associates
10. Mentors Peer Resources