A Practical Guide to Mentoring: Play an Active and Worthwhile Part in the Development of Others, and Improve Your Own Skills in the Process

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How To Books, 2005 - Mentoring in business - 124 pages
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Play an active and worthwhile part in the development of others, and improve your own skills in the process. 1. Mentoring people to make progress; 2. Mentoring and who can do it; 3. Preparing yourself for the role; 4. Establishing the mentoring relationship; 5. The mentoring process; 6. Ending the mentoring relationships; 7. The benefits and pitfalls; 8. Getting started; 9. Mentoring scenarios. CONTENTS: 1. Helping people to make progress 2. Mentoring and who can do it 3. Preparing yourself for the role 4. Establishing the mentoring relationship 5. The mentoring process 6. Ending the mentoring relationships 7. The benefits and pitfalls 8. Getting started 9. Mentoring scenarios.

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David Kay is a writer, an engineer, an artist, and a naturalist who has written or cowritten more than a dozen computer books. William "The Ferrett" Steinmetz is a freelance Webmaster and editor.

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