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mentee

A person who is being or has been mentored.
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Asteria Caberte, regional director of DTI-7, said the 25 mentees comprised the sixth batch of the KMME program in the region and formed part of the 160-total number of graduates since the program's launching in October 2016.
Mercedes Pelaez-Mejia, CEO of SLERS Inc., with her mentee OIC-RD Rebecca Rascon and her mentee Mang Inasal founder and Double Dragon president Edgar "Injap" Sia III shares his humble beginnings and advises fellow Ilocanos during his interview with Go Negosyo mentor RJ Ledesma.
Mentees will benefit from the advice of mentors on best practices and recommended resources for all aspects of the sales process, including goal setting, time management sales style, and more.
It's no workplace secret that good, efficient mentoring results in a bench of solid, career-focused mentees who can take on the mantle as and when the need arises.
A mentee needs to complete an application with references who are contacted by the committee.
Further, both the mentor and mentee are required to explain their goals for joining the program.
Honours students were provided an opportunity to sign up as a mentee during the honours student welcome at the beginning of the year.
The mentee and mentor should be in touch regularly, and are honest about their perspectives, Rose said.
The Cronbach's alpha coefficient of the MCA scale was found to be 0.91 for the general mentor form and 0.95 for the mentee form.
In addition, by contemplating next steps in a mentee's career, a mentor is also reminded to pursue career-development opportunities themselves.
* The mentee's immediate manager is indirectly involved in mentoring.
Additionally, a monthly facilitated mastermind group for mentees and mentors focuses on implementing the business building topics within each mentee's own business and using this information to achieve their individual developmental goals.