The Art of Mentoring: Lead, Follow and Get Out of the Way
The Art of Mentoring is rich with insights for those who mentor and those who benefit from that mentoring. Readers will discover that mentoring, more than transferring knowledge, is a reciprocal relationship between offering people advice and providing personal insights, support, and counsel to elevate their achievements and contributions. In The Art of Mentoring, Dr. Shirley Peddy shows us how to do this using the lead, follow, and get out of the way process.Peddy has devoted more than twenty years to successfully mentoring people at every level and in all types of organizations. In the tradition of Mandino, Blanchard, and Goldratt, she weaves this knowledge into an educating and captivating story. Although it cakes place in a corporate setting, the principles revealed apply to every mentoring situation.
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