This is a good step by step guide from the Mentoring specialist Judith Germain on how to embed a peer to peer mentoring programme within an internal comms department.
Anyone care to comment that one?
This is so thru and what it`s all about. Taylor Lindstrom writes about how mentors can help with career development in San Francisco Chronicle (www.sfgate.com).
Because mentors can provide excellent counsel, companies often provide a formal way for junior employees to partner with senior-level staff. However, seeking a mentor within one’s own company has both advantages and setbacks. Read more at: http://www.sfgate.com/cgibin/article.cgi?f=/g/a/2008/09/28/JOBSlindstrom.DTL&hw=taylor+lindstrom&sn=001&sc=1000
Some say that mentoring not only benefits the individuals involved, but also pays dividends for the profession as a whole. F.ex. even laywers who are just starting out at a law firm or lawyers who are moving into a new area of practice can learn from the experience of others through a mentoring relationship.
Society today is rediscovering that the process of learning and maturing needs time and many kinds of relationships.
A lot is said about mentoring, some of it is true, and some are untrue or myth. I would like to present some her.
Alan Wilson remembered when he’d been told that her mother’s cancer had spread; she had taken his hand and said: “Alan, you are my gift to the world,” she had said. “You will make a bigger difference in it than I.”
- Best Mentoring Blog
- Best Mentoring Blog 2011
- Best Mentoring Blog 2012
- Best Mentoring Blog 2013
- Best Mentoring Blog 2014
- Books I recommend
- European Mentoring & Coaching Council
- Guest Blogger
- Leadership Challenge
- Leadership development
- Mentoring Programs
- Mentoring tools
- Personal development
- Personal Planning
- Setting goals
- Start Ups
- Tips from linkedin.com