Beyond the Myths and Magic of Mentoring: How to Facilitate an Effective Mentoring Program

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Wiley, Mar 26, 1991 - Business & Economics - 210 pages
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Making mentoring work!

Until recently, managers have believed that mentoring could only be brought about through lucky accidents of chemistry. In this legAndary work, Murray lays this myth to rest. With her help, you will extAnd the benfits of mentoring across the entire organization, from inexperienced entry-level workers to mature employees who need to expand their skills.

Murray has over twenty years of experience designing mentoring programs, and she is known across the world. She brings her wealth of experience to this guide, which gives you all the charts, checklists, planning forms, sample outlines, and case studies you'll need to harness the power of mentoring. With little investment, you'll watch productivity and job satisfaction soar. Performance & Instruction Quarterly pronounced this guide an excellent resource for managers, human resource specialists, or anyone who is interested in pursuing a mentoring relationship for career growth.
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You'll learn how to:

  • Keep the cost of your mentoring program at a minimum
  • Maximize employee productivity with mentoring
  • Assess organizational needs
  • Select mentors and proteges
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of your program...and much more!

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Contents

What Mentoring Is What It Is Not
5
Mentoring at Work in Organizations
15
The Upside and the Downside for
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About the author (1991)

MARGO MURRAY is president of MMHA The Managers' Mentors, Inc., an international consulting firm. She has twenty years of practical experience designing and implementing mentoring programs in both public and private sector organizations. She is a former president of the National Society for Performance and Instruction.

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