Madison says every year through the program, senior executives mentor
"high-potential managers and employees who are on their way to the next level.
, who reside outside of your institution and enable you to form non-traditional alliances, such as with colleagues at another institution.
work with the up-and-comers on everything from getting acclimated to the corporate culture to the finer points of their technical acumen.
explained, "Since I had to answer so many questions asked by my mentees, I had to reexamine my teaching practices.
A review of the literature and the findings from the New Lives teen pregnancy study support the idea that researchers, service providers, and other community health planners should consider specific criteria for selecting mentors
(Kelly, Bobo, McLachlan, Avery, & Burge, 2006; Shaw et al.
program for facilitating the life transitions of individuals who have handicapping conditions.
Students have an important role in this process of selecting and gathering the group of people who represent their composite mentor
Initially, it appeared there would be a shortfall of mentees, and this was compounded by the need for each mentor
to have two mentees in order to meet the requirements of the accreditation process.
teacher preparation inventory and guide for planning and action.
Prior to serving as mentors
," says Diana Bell, director of nursing at Riverwood, "mentoring candidates must attend a 'train the trainer' in-service program developed by ElderWood's Training Center staff.
Faced with both demands and expectations, many organizations decide that assigning older or long-term physicians to mentor
younger hires will turn even the most recalcitrant veteran into a mentor
By designing a structured program (with an evaluation and feedback process built into it), carefully selecting and adequately training mentors
, properly matching mentors
and proteges, and monitoring the mentor
-protege relationship, an organization can enjoy the benefits that mentoring has to offer.