Common-Sense Workplace Mentoring: A Do-It-Yourself System for Strengthening Your Business... One Person at A Time

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iUniverse, Feb 23, 2010 - Business & Economics
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Who does not learn well when given generous amounts of completely individualized attention from an accomplished veteran? Who does not love to share information and expertise? Who does not feel pleased to see someone develop on the job as a result of their encouragement? What manager does not get excited about improved productivity?
Workplace mentoring is an explicit one-to-one learning relationship between a person who wants to improve job or career skills and a person who can help him or her do that.
When executives, managers and employees consistently share knowledge and skills, they create a high performance organization. This book is about building competitive advantage, one person at a time.
Common Sense Workplace Mentoring draws together Susan's firsthand research and experiences with organizations that use mentoring as a key strategy.

Some readers have said:
"After reading Susan's recipe for successful mentoring, why wouldn't you incorporate it into your workplace?"
"I'll never separate 'mentor' and 'boss' again."
"This book will stay on my desk and I will use it continuously."

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