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mentee

A person who is being or has been mentored.
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Mentor applications are open to ASCLA members while mentee applications are open to all.
The traditional type of mentoring relationship, or structure, is one-to-one, which is a relationship between one mentor and one mentee.
By the second week, Sam believed that some lessons from his mentee revealed.
To help mentors guide mentees to achieve the program's learning objectives (see Figure 1), the mentoring program includes seven actionable steps that give mentors and mentees the opportunity to get to know each other during a semester and work together to introduce the mentee to professional management accounting (see Figure 2).
Overall 313 mentees (Male = 139, Female = 174) participated in the survey.
The benefits for the mentors include improvement in job performance, recognition and visibility, job satisfaction and loyalty and support of the mentee (Ragins & Scandura, 1999; Eby, Durley, Evans & Ragins, 2006).
A healthy relationship between mentor and mentee represents a critical element for successful outcomes though studies indicate that determinants of that relationship depend on the participants' roles (Allen & Eby, 2008; Lechuga, 2011) and the organization of the mentoring relationship (Ragins & Cotton, 1999).
Honesty: makes clear that while the mentoring process helps the mentee to gain new skills, there are no promises associated with the program.
Mentoring is communicating in a non-threatening environment to guide and facilitate a mentee by his/her mentor.
Rather than limiting mentoring to one mentor and one mentee, those fluid and flexible programs expose employees to a range of advisers and learners, thus multiplying the potential for meaningful connections.