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mentorship

 [men´tor-ship] (pl. men·tor·ship)
a type of preparation for the professional role, in which a mentor works closely with another person to teach, guide, and support; it differs from preceptorship in being more intense and of longer duration.

mentorship

The state of being a mentor.
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To get the best out of a mentor, a protege must be willing to pay the price for access.
* Developing a trusting relationship with the protege that allows the sponsor to understand the protege's strengths and career goals.
Mentor: Invictus International Consulting, LLC/ Protege: Blue Sky Innovative Solutions
Participants will also be part of a private Facebook Group: Propel Proteges with over 100 members who are past and present proteges and mentors.
Ancajas, a protege of Manny Pacquiao, will make his US debut against Gonzalez on February 3 in Corpus Christi, Texas.
'Everybody knows he (Carino ) is my protege and I'm confident he can do the job well, maybe even better,' said Acaylar, who is a multi-titled mentor.
(2006), but changed the words "supervisor" and "subordinate" to "mentor" and "protege" in the items.
The mentor's focus in providing protection is to provide a safe environment for the protege's career success while teaching workplace and situational politics, running interference, speaking well of the protege in public forums, giving the protege the benefit of the doubt, and providing actionable feedback to the protege by providing recommendations on how to address shortcomings or areas that need improvement (Melanson, 2006).
By being assigned a protege, mentors are given the task of being a coach and an advisor.
The study presents the quantitative findings of the mentoring program's effect on the mentor's and protege's leadership behaviors and learning.
Despite this understanding, little is known about the specific conditions that lead a protege with a formal mentor to supplement that relationship by finding his or her own informal mentor (cf., Allen et al., 2006).
"A young person who is taught and helped by someone who has a lot of knowledge and experience," is the definition of a Protege. (2)